poor broke farmers
billybob horton

United States

#62 Aug 29, 2011
Sure am pop. I learned it all from u.
wow

United States

#64 Aug 29, 2011
Just High Class Welfare!!!!
farmer too

Jonesboro, AR

#66 Aug 29, 2011
For all u people who think us rich farmers have it made, they have a government program at the USDA office in which any new person wanting to farm can get in the game. All u have to do is get off ur complaining butt,and gets u a plan together, and if ur not to lazy to do 1000 pages of paperwork u can aquire a loan just as I did then u can see how we are gettin rich, and driving these new trucks, missing half of our children's life, because u have one chance to get ur crop in and out. If all of u want our easy life the government are making loans everyday for new farmers and ranchers best of all u need no collateral just the determination not to b a quitter
Geez

United States

#67 Aug 30, 2011
Mr. "Farmer 2", I totally agree with your assessment.
LOOK AT THIS

Monroe, LA

#68 Aug 30, 2011
Location Subsidy Total
1995-2010
1 Victoria Partnership Osceola, AR 72370 $ 7,365,856.90
2 Stonewall Plantation Joint Ventur Osceola, AR 72370 $ 5,876,026.87
3 Farmers Farm Osceola, AR 72370 $ 5,379,148.12
4 Holthouse Farms Osceola, AR 72370 $ 4,706,277.35
5 Butler Farms Prt Osceola, AR 72370 $ 4,509,941.10
6 C & L Planting Group Osceola, AR 72370 $ 4,269,680.07
7 C & L Farms Partnership Osceola, AR 72370 $ 3,493,185.17
8 Godfrey White Farms Ptr Osceola, AR 72370 $ 3,416,096.19
9 C P Farms Partnership Osceola, AR 72370 $ 3,039,644.30
10 Mccarty Brothers Farms Osceola, AR 72370 $ 3,005,384.22
LOOK AT THIS

Monroe, LA

#69 Aug 30, 2011
Go to the EWG website and see how your "Local Good Ol Boys Club" is making out!! The address is http://farm.ewg.org/ Just click website,scroll down and enter desired zip code! Also check multiple zip codes and you will see the names and money repeating and multiplying!!!
hobo

United States

#70 Sep 1, 2011
Thats over 15 years. A half million a years not that big a deal. Hell the equipment costs that much. Not to mention the skyrocketing fuel prices.
Field Mouse

Moscow, TN

#71 Sep 4, 2011
hobo wrote:
Thats over 15 years. A half million a years not that big a deal. Hell the equipment costs that much. Not to mention the skyrocketing fuel prices.
You bet! WE all owe you huh? Its not all our place to keep your greedy azz in business! LEECH!!
Field Mouse

Moscow, TN

#72 Sep 4, 2011
Name

Location

Subsidy Total
1995-2010

1

Current River Farms

Corning, AR 72422

$ 4,478,039.97

2

Martin Ahrent & Sons

Corning, AR 72422

$ 2,966,410.57

3

Goodman Farms Joint Venture

Corning, AR 72422

$ 2,464,683.28

4

Bauschlicher Brothers

Corning, AR 72422

$ 2,438,147.01

5

Mmm Joint Venture

Corning, AR 72422

$ 2,218,934.28

6

C-4-m Joint Venture

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,886,961.45

7

Scott R & Tammy Taylor Ptrship

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,846,005.44

8

T & C Farms Partnership

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,746,114.05

9

Stephen J Fox

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,582,026.86

10

Bruce & Norma Taylor Farms

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,551,291.12

11

Wiedeman Farms

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,490,600.54

12

Leonard Farms Partnership

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,488,538.84

13

B & B Farms

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,295,172.58

14

Hart Farms

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,291,474.60

15

Kathryn Renee Phillips

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,278,283.36

16

Betty J Bowers

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,275,676.64

17

Doin Bowers Jr

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,179,008.32

18

Lisa Bowers

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,178,902.58

19

Dennis Ray Leach

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,168,010.43

20

Tefo Farms Inc

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,128,350.04
Field Mouse

Moscow, TN

#73 Sep 4, 2011
21

Woods Farms Partnership

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,105,328.80

22

Jonathan Beecher

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,103,495.93

23

Hughy Bland

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,101,269.12

24

Mark Williams

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,098,889.59

25

Hartwig & Hartwig

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,082,535.18

26

Fred Brown Farms Inc

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,063,426.37

27

Doin R Bowers III

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,049,270.96

28

Jod Inc

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,044,184.17

29

Velco Farms Inc

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,041,867.13

30

Eastland Farms Inc

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,039,920.92

31

Jerry L Williams

Corning, AR 72422

$ 1,000,666.62

32

Pamela J Williams

Corning, AR 72422

$ 997,748.40

33

Harold W Bland

Corning, AR 72422

$ 993,722.51

34

Bruce Catt

Corning, AR 72422

$ 959,565.18

35

Randal Coleman

Corning, AR 72422

$ 941,923.30

36

Oejj Inc

Corning, AR 72422

$ 941,506.89

37

Jim Davis Jr

Corning, AR 72422

$ 933,787.31

38

Doyle Cannady

Corning, AR 72422

$ 919,509.34

39

Garland Brothers

Corning, AR 72422

$ 883,549.28

40

Thurman Jewell York

Corning, AR 72422

$ 883,422.34
Field Mouse

Moscow, TN

#74 Sep 4, 2011
41

Ronald Catt

Corning, AR 72422

$ 879,024.39

42

Welco Inc

Corning, AR 72422

$ 872,081.15

43

Pyle Farm Inc Of Corning

Corning, AR 72422

$ 868,855.44

44

Jonathan N Cate

Corning, AR 72422

$ 861,516.48

45

Cobra-m Inc

Corning, AR 72422

$ 849,635.00

46

Franklin S Weston Jr

Corning, AR 72422

$ 838,020.38

47

Paige L Catt

Corning, AR 72422

$ 811,730.05

48

Cliff Farms Inc

Corning, AR 72422

$ 806,451.68

49

Pine Crest Farms Inc

Corning, AR 72422

$ 806,127.92

50

Judy Catt

Corning, AR 72422

$ 793,606.01

51

H C T Farms Inc

Corning, AR 72422

$ 781,172.74

52

Black-cache Farms Inc

Corning, AR 72422

$ 779,775.92

53

W G Farms Inc

Corning, AR 72422

$ 773,112.75

54

Lake Farms Inc

Corning, AR 72422

$ 760,490.13

55

Jerry D Catt

Corning, AR 72422

$ 759,122.83

56

L M Ahrent Farms

Corning, AR 72422

$ 750,808.51

57

Louis Ahrent Farms

Corning, AR 72422

$ 726,707.50

58

H C Townsend Estate

Corning, AR 72422

$ 724,499.51

59

Glen Oxner

Corning, AR 72422

$ 711,921.94

60

Cjm Farms Inc

Corning, AR 72422

$ 706,698.67
Field Mouse

Moscow, TN

#75 Sep 4, 2011
Go see for yourself! http://farm.ewg.org/
fact

Cherry Valley, AR

#76 Sep 4, 2011
DA****
look at all those big fancy Trucks and SUV's.....
You have to have the farm trucks plus the big fancy ones for the families to drive to the Lake to pull the boats. It's all Politics and Gov, and how well you play the Money Game.
Just ME

United States

#77 Sep 4, 2011
If u look closely u will notice that 90% of these farms are joint ventures or inc, or brothers, fathers and sons on one acct. The ones that take advantage are the ones that are husbands and wives with different accts and those are clearly listed. This proves that almost all of the farmers in this area are honest, so go f*** yourself.
Field Mouse

United States

#78 Sep 4, 2011
I really like how just me stated that 'almost all are honest!' lol
Just ME

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#79 Sep 4, 2011
My family can't acct. for other's honesty. I know how honest and hard working we are. As in all things you see some that work hard and live right and others that don't. Some of those same people also showed a total loss on their farm and was able to get full financial aid when their children went to college. It's called dishonesty.
farmers on welfare

Monroe, LA

#81 Sep 11, 2011
Yhea,I'm gonna do that!
big bopper

Paragould, AR

#82 Sep 12, 2011
An the winner is wrote:
<quoted text>
Now how do you expect these guys to not afford new pickups and boats and lake front houses ? You gamble like they do, and then you can complain. It is actually a ' Direct Payment ' for participation in farm program compliance....break the contact with the FSA and no payment. It is no give away...you earn it. Trouble with you and your attitude is that you are not a risk taker when it comes to the weather, markets, and production costs going higher each year...go look at a John Deere combine now...$300 to $350 thousand...tractor $195 to $250 thousand.
ok but how about the jet skies and the new mustang can you explain to use poor tax paying idiots how those are farm equipment
hungry

Cherry Valley, AR

#84 Sep 12, 2011
The number of people who are willing to take the risk, in farming, that you idots are talking about goes down every year. The additional population in the World goes up by over 1.5 million people every year. When the American Farmer monopolises the system and production is consolidated into a small number of corporate farms, you will pay! Food production is a national security issue and it is a economic stability issue. That is why the government tries to secure a food supply. Allowing a large number of small farms ran by family farms is good policy for YOU. "Thou shall not covet" Be happy in your situation or change your situation.
Geez

United States

#85 Sep 12, 2011
Amen "Hungry"!

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