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Tuesday, October 11, 2005

 
...Tied up as I pursue the loss-of-farmland-in-North Carolina beat.

A very credible source:

“There is no shortage of farmland in the United States. No one in North Carolina should be concerned that, if farming should continue to decline, they’re going to have any trouble eating or paying any more for what they’re buying.”

“This deal where we’re basically saying that the cities are chewing up the farmland — not a chance. The amount of farmland in this country is huge compared to the amount of development. There simply is no threat.”


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