Michael Pearce

March 16, 2014 6:43 AM

Giving property owner poached animals a bad idea

For 147 years, my family has owned farm land in Leavenworth County. We own the fields of rich, black soil and the grain they produce. We own the tall, Ozark-like timbered ridges and the 12-acre lake.

Michael Pearce

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