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Small family farmers in the state find their prime money crop, tobacco, declining in price and marketability. To make ends meet requires finding alternate crops, like cotton or organic fruits and vegetables.
A number of farm owners want, upon their death, the family farm to pass on to their children. To insure a successful transfer, a well-planned will is essential, and a person should be designated to handle the business of the estate.
Joe Warrell lent a hand in the creation of the monument on the narrator’s family farm. Perhaps a miracle, considering the habitual gesture that gave him miracle worker status in Betty Branch Church: middle finger extended upward.