Geneva Sweet>ISM Interviews M-Z>ISM Interviews M-Z, Segment 13


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Changes came early, when her father was working as blacksmith. In her time, she was interested in changes because she lived in town as a child and did not pay attention. Leroy got the farm paid for, so must have known what to do. Farming will always be important. Notes new fuels from crops & products from soybeans. Describes cautions against holding your crop over from year to year. She thinks it better to sell earlier and bank the money for interest. Thinks next generation won't be interested in farming if not grown up in it. Warns them to be interested in family farms. Her farm in family since 1857. If they are not interested in it, then let someone else take it.