Who finances the dairy farmer?

Keizer, G.
October 1987
Yankee;Oct87, Vol. 51 Issue 10, p116
Vermont dairy farmers Dorothy and Charles Maxwell successfully sued Marcel Roberts, a prominent cattle dealer, realtor, auctioneer and bank director, for illegally repossessing their cows, and other actions. The case indicates some of the fiscal perils of farming.


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