Farming on the Mother Road - 2

Modern Farmer Makes it Work on an Old Piece of Route 66

Chris Clayton
By  Chris Clayton , DTN Ag Policy Editor
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Illinois farmer Tim Seifert reflects how modern agriculture along Route 66 has to work around the limitations of the two-lane roadway. Parts of the road have been preserved while other areas have become dilapidated. A small, preserved brick section causes some controversy for locals. For instance, it's right along a main route where Seifert hauls grain to sell. (DTN photo by Chris Clayton)
DTN Ag Policy Editor Chris Clayton has been traveling along Route 66 this summer and shares stories from America's historic highway in the series "Farming on the Mother Road." Today he talks with an Illinois farmer who has to work around the limitations of the...

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Chris Clayton