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Iowa / Family Farm #188948

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jan 24, 2000
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The role of farming in Iowa examined; statistics on the declining family farm as agribusinesses rise cited. [Drake University professor Hugh WINEBRENNER - says Iowa now has a different kind of agriculture.] [Farmer Chris SUTTON - says farming is still the soul of Iowa; states that politicians pander to the Iowa farmers.] [Profol Plastics vice president Andrew MEYER - says the economy is now more diverse.]

NOTE: Local school closing shown on bottom of screen from 5:44:40 to 5:49:20.

Jennings, Peter

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