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Who wouldn't want a 50-foot bull in their town? Albert was built by early supporters of the livestock industry in Iowa.
Many barns, like this one in Iowa, are no longer used for livestock, but are still kept in good shape.
Beehives like these in South Dakota rely on the blooms from thousands of acres of alfalfa.
Winter in the Corn Belt is cold, but beautiful.
Buffalo still roam some regions in South Dakota.
Bank in South Dakota.
Who needs a tee when you have a corn cob? They are de rigeur at the annual Corn Cob Classic in Minnesota.
Crooks Gun Club in Crooks, South Dakota
Mascot of a dairy in Sioux Falls, South Dakota
A farm show in Minnesota
Al at the High Point of Iowa, which is in a cattle feedlot.
Moonlight on snow
Nemaha, Iowa: A Mighty Small Town
Swans at a wild swan refuge in Iowa.
Not everyone enjoys small town life.
Ethanol plants affect local economies in multiple ways
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