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draxxon · 2158 days ago
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    May I post a recent article from South Carolina Farmer magazine about a notice from the US Govt. of possible interest to women farmers and ranchers? It is about claims and the USDA loans. Here is my face book link to it: ra-r-langdon/notice-to-hispanic-or- women-farmers-/10150306726573340
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