Seth Watkins, who farms near New Market, Iowa, looks beyond agriculture in evaluating the candidates for president.
Seth Watkins, who farms near New Market, Iowa, looks beyond agriculture in evaluating the candidates for president. Scott Canon The Kansas City Star
Seth Watkins, who farms near New Market, Iowa, looks beyond agriculture in evaluating the candidates for president. Scott Canon The Kansas City Star

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