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MYCHAL WILMES

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Mychal Wilmes recalls the personalities and problems he encountered with milk cows at his own farm and his neighbors', as well as the now known to be false tale of the cow that started the Chicago fire.
Mychal Wilmes' mother took care of her family, including 12 children, as she found ways to feed them and ways to make her stubborn husband happy.
Mychal Wilmes reflects on the way things used to be -- both good and bad -- and how rural areas can hold on to the things and people that still make them special.
Mychal Wilmes recalls the changing challenges of corn harvest, from hand husking to equipment problems.
The hodgepodge of items in the home office Mychal Wilmes shares with his wife remind him of the past and bring him back to the present.
Mychal Wilmes reminisces about the cars his family drove.

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Mychal Wilmes reflects on his changing perceptions of produce and how human attempts to control weather have yielded mixed results.
Mychal Wilmes discusses various types of on-farm pests and their possible purpose, along with the good things going on in life.
Township weed officers once sought out dangerous weeds. Some now noxious weeds were imported on purpose. Hemp has gone through cycles of use. Where ag will go, Mychal Wilmes says, is hard to guess.

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