SOMEDAY, Kyle and Leah Broshears may be looked at as trailblazers in the fight to keep family livestock farms thriving in America, but right now, they're staring down a growing pile of legal fees needed to keep their dream alive.
The Broshears, from Seymour, Ind., never asked for this. These young farmers were both raised with 4-H projects and FFA on livestock farms.
They wanted to continue that legacy for their two young ch
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