trashy farm coming into steele
sublist

Kennett, MO

#21 Jun 26, 2008
1 Jessie Carter Farms Steele, MO 63877 $ 3,597,534.03
2 Carl Clifton Farms Steele, MO 63877 $ 3,342,208.62
3 T And P Farms Steele, MO 63877 $ 2,755,786.93
4 Harris Brothers Farms Steele, MO 63877 $ 2,574,159.03
5 Reid Farms Steele, MO 63877 $ 2,464,851.28
6 David Bond Farms Steele, MO 63877 $ 1,903,693.99
7 Earl Carter Steele, MO 63877 $ 1,699,780.48
8 Kevin Lee Still Steele, MO 63877 $ 1,566,787.65
9 Delbert Depriest Steele, MO 63877 $ 1,325,154.28
10 David Haggard Steele, MO 63877 $ 1,087,093.01
11 Truman Larue Steele, MO 63877 $ 1,081,034.73
12 Kara Woods Still Steele, MO 63877 $ 1,037,543.69
13 Kris Robinson Steele, MO 63877 $ 1,005,063.56
14 Gary Sanders Steele, MO 63877 $ 992,588.67
15 Worrell Farms Partnership Steele, MO 63877 $ 855,022.26
16 John Pierce Steele, MO 63877 $ 830,330.64
17 Dolphin Land Co Steele, MO 63877 $ 790,933.10
18 Jimmie Hooper Morton Steele, MO 63877 $ 743,368.10
19 Wendell Hoskins Steele, MO 63877 $ 713,381.91
20 Southern Farm Co Inc Steele, MO 63877 $ 624,488.52
21 Wendell Hoskins II Steele, MO 63877 $ 599,620.78
22 Jason Kyle Bradford Steele, MO 63877 $ 554,690.72
23 Deborah Alexander Sanders Steele, MO 63877 $ 507,549.17
24 James Jessie Welch Steele, MO 63877 $ 466,292.71
25 Jim Crawford Steele, MO 63877 $ 442,606.24
26 Caudle Farms Inc Steele, MO 63877 $ 406,372.60
27 Roy Wayne Fullerton Steele, MO 63877 $ 403,006.44
28 John L Sanders Steele, MO 63877 $ 368,694.98
29 Ronnie Yarbrough Steele, MO 63877 $ 364,766.88
30 Carl Johnson And Betty Johnson Jo Steele, MO 63877 $ 345,021.91
31 Mitchell Fisher Steele, MO 63877 $ 331,736.36
32 Jared Jason Boast Steele, MO 63877 $ 305,968.65
33 Jimmie Josh Morton Steele, MO 63877 $ 303,550.54
34 David Bond Steele, MO 63877 $ 287,180.70
35 Lindsey Joel Morton Steele, MO 63877 $ 263,924.10
36 Kris Robinson Farms Steele, MO 63877 $ 248,917.03
37 Judith Haggard Steele, MO 63877 $ 243,119.85
38 Ron Young Steele, MO 63877 $ 234,530.24
39 M Barry Riddick Steele, MO 63877 $ 232,357.55
40 Victor Brian Burton Steele, MO 63877 $ 230,149.99
41 Harold Jackson Revocable Trust Steele, MO 63877 $ 227,667.23
42 Helen Lawler Steele, MO 63877 $ 226,960.15
43 Therron Lenard Nowlin Steele, MO 63877 $ 202,435.02
44 Bobby Battles Steele, MO 63877 $ 191,745.32
45 Howard Herbert Henry Steele, MO 63877 $ 182,570.34
46 Frank Alan Southern Steele, MO 63877 $ 181,349.37
47 Earl Carter Farms Steele, MO 63877 $ 170,988.45
48 Kelly J Rhodes Sr Steele, MO 63877 $ 170,342.52
49 Avis Samford Family Trust Steele, MO 63877 $ 165,654.05
50 Betty Jane Jackson Revocable Trus Steele, MO 63877 $ 163,407.27
51 Gordon Clyde Southern Steele, MO 63877 $ 157,271.30
52 Chad Burton Steele, MO 63877 $ 144,827.47
53 Howard Smith Steele, MO 63877 $ 141,988.19
54 William Allen Barger Steele, MO 63877 $ 141,659.35
55 Patsy Walker Steele, MO 63877 $ 140,030.71
56 Alford Farms Steele, MO 63877 $ 120,361.10
57 Roland Wayne Southern Steele, MO 63877 $ 114,591.24
58 Kevin Lee Gilmore Steele, MO 63877 $ 110,473.53
59 Elmer Nowlin Steele, MO 63877 $ 107,477.84
60 Lemond Thompson Family Trust Steele, MO 63877 $ 106,203.10
sublist

Kennett, MO

#22 Jun 26, 2008
over the last 10 years
wow

Kennett, MO

#23 Jun 26, 2008
why are all the same people getting susidies under all these different names and different family names, etc.?
anon

Chesterfield, MO

#24 Jun 26, 2008
wow wrote:
why are all the same people getting susidies under all these different names and different family names, etc.?
Acts of Congress and orders from the Secretary of Agriculture are not always needed to circumvent payment limits. Congress has left several loopholes in the law that large farms can easily utilize to maximize their subsidies.

The greatest loophole is the fact that subsidy limits apply to people, not farms; this applies to individuals as well as to corporations and partnerships. Therefore, large farms and agribusinesses can simply sign up each of their employees for a subsidy, and farmers in some cases can sign up their spouses and children to maximize the total subsidy to a given farm.
hello

United States

#25 Jun 26, 2008
wow wrote:
that is alot of money. I need to go into farming. most of them around here get at least 100K.
Do you have any idea what kind of money these farmers put into a crop? I dont think farming would be for you!!
guest1

United States

#26 Jun 26, 2008
Dont you think putting peoples names and amount gotten over time, is alittle dangerous to them? Now some idiot with a screw loose with try to break in their houses or something. Think about what you post on these forums!!! These people have families which include children!
oh please

Kennett, MO

#27 Jun 26, 2008
people already know they have money. They make it pretty obvious. They want everyone to know and aren't trying to hide anything. Did you fall off the turnip truck on the way to market and have to file for a subsidy? Why the hell should people not know? They are footing the bill.
wow

Kennett, MO

#28 Jun 26, 2008
hello wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you have any idea what kind of money these farmers put into a crop? I dont think farming would be for you!!
No, I have no idea, so tell me. How much is seed, fertilizer, hands, equipment etc.?
guest

Chesterfield, MO

#29 Jun 27, 2008
wow wrote:
<quoted text>
No, I have no idea, so tell me. How much is seed, fertilizer, hands, equipment etc.?
what difference does it make what it cost to farm? if a person wants to farm, why should the taxpayers pay the bill? let them take their chances on their money, not ours.
eat

Little Rock, AR

#30 Jun 27, 2008
guest wrote:
<quoted text>
what difference does it make what it cost to farm? if a person wants to farm, why should the taxpayers pay the bill? let them take their chances on their money, not ours.
Do you like to eat and be able to afford the food that you eat? If it was not for the subsidies you would never be able to buy a loaf of bread for the cost of it! Dont gripabout farmers they do a good job at feeding all of the world. You want to grip about our money then say something about all these people who will not work, sit on their butts all day and draw 15 checks a month, which I happen to know some that make more money than some of the farmers in this area! Why dont you start a discussion on that? Crazy checks, stupid checks, lazyass checks, whatever they are called there is more money being given to them than the farmers!!!!
watching

Chesterfield, MO

#31 Jun 27, 2008
eat wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you like to eat and be able to afford the food that you eat? If it was not for the subsidies you would never be able to buy a loaf of bread for the cost of it! Dont gripabout farmers they do a good job at feeding all of the world. You want to grip about our money then say something about all these people who will not work, sit on their butts all day and draw 15 checks a month, which I happen to know some that make more money than some of the farmers in this area! Why dont you start a discussion on that? Crazy checks, stupid checks, lazyass checks, whatever they are called there is more money being given to them than the farmers!!!!
those people shouldn't be getting FREE money either. that doesn't excuse the farmers from getting large sums of money for farming. either use you own money to farm or quit. don't worry about us eating. we will manage. that is just an excuse you farmers use for the ridiculous amounts of money the government gives you to farm.
Former Steelite

Castle Rock, CO

#32 Jun 27, 2008
If the government threw free money at you, would *you* refuse it??? Did you get an economic stimulus check??? It's not the farmers fault that the government is screwed up!

Check out the movie King Corn as mentioned previously. It explains a lot....
guest

Chesterfield, MO

#33 Jun 27, 2008
Former Steelite wrote:
If the government threw free money at you, would *you* refuse it??? Did you get an economic stimulus check??? It's not the farmers fault that the government is screwed up!
Check out the movie King Corn as mentioned previously. It explains a lot....
where do you get the movie? never heard of it.
eat

Little Rock, AR

#34 Jun 27, 2008
I am just saying I know of people getting more than the farmers and doing nothing to work for it. At least the farmers are doing something for the money, they are feeding and clothing our nation!
Former Steelite

Castle Rock, CO

#36 Jun 28, 2008
guest wrote:
<quoted text>
where do you get the movie? never heard of it.
I got it from Netflix, learned about it on another forum....
guest

Chesterfield, MO

#37 Jun 28, 2008
Former Steelite wrote:
<quoted text>
I got it from Netflix, learned about it on another forum....
thanks for the info, i will try to get it.
Tommy

Ballwin, MO

#38 Jun 16, 2013
guest wrote:
<quoted text>
what difference does it make what it cost to farm? if a person wants to farm, why should the taxpayers pay the bill? let them take their chances on their money, not ours.
shut the hell up and talk what you know OURS sense when did food stamps count as your money without these guys you wouldn't get them so GET A JOB
bob

Kansas City, MO

#39 Jun 16, 2013
Tommy wrote:
<quoted text>shut the hell up and talk what you know OURS sense when did food stamps count as your money without these guys you wouldn't get them so GET A JOB
I may not be the smartest guy in the bunch but i think a farmer collecting nearly $250,000 a year in subsidies is a bit more than the family getting $50 in food stamps a month. What we should really talk about the 30% of the crops americans subsidize going to feed china
guest

Steele, MO

#40 Jun 16, 2013
wow wrote:
that is alot of money. I need to go into farming. most of them around here get at least 100K.
Yeah you need to do that. Then you will need to pay rent on the farm, you will also need ins. for hail, oh and then of course you need to buy seeds and don't forget fertilizer. Once your crop gets up you will need chemicals for weeds and when it gets try you will need to get an irrigation system and put a well down. Oh and if it rains to much you lose your crops and have to replant. What about equipment.. bet you thought that came with the farm huh? Lets see, tractors, plows, cotton pickers, planters, and I could go on and on with that list. Then don't forget your farm hands have to pay them, their SS and taxes. There is probably a hundred other things I forgot but this will get you started but don't think 100,000 will do it.
guest

Steele, MO

#41 Jun 17, 2013
oh please wrote:
people already know they have money. They make it pretty obvious. They want everyone to know and aren't trying to hide anything. Did you fall off the turnip truck on the way to market and have to file for a subsidy? Why the hell should people not know? They are footing the bill.
Yeah I agree with him. Putting this up on a public forum... there will be some nut out there that will think they have it laying around not knowing its in the fields. Why don't you just quit hating and put your name up and what you have at your house if you don't think so. TVs lawn mowers, vehicles, computers, jewelry, cellphones, I think people need to know your name and what you have.

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