Cattle rancher Randy Cree adds fuel to a tractor at his farm near Big Springs, Kan. Cree has not been able to afford to fill the fuel tanks at his farm, but with prices below $2.00 he plans to fill his two 300-gallon and one 200-gallon tanks.
Cattle rancher Randy Cree adds fuel to a tractor at his farm near Big Springs, Kan. Cree has not been able to afford to fill the fuel tanks at his farm, but with prices below $2.00 he plans to fill his two 300-gallon and one 200-gallon tanks. Orlin Wagner Associated Press
Cattle rancher Randy Cree adds fuel to a tractor at his farm near Big Springs, Kan. Cree has not been able to afford to fill the fuel tanks at his farm, but with prices below $2.00 he plans to fill his two 300-gallon and one 200-gallon tanks. Orlin Wagner Associated Press

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