Paul Munns had a rude introduction to running a farm.

Munns had recently returned from his LDS mission, got married, and leased the 50-acre farm in Elwood, Utah, that his father, Archie, had operated for nearly four decades. With the future looking bright, Paul decided to plant the whole farm with sugar beets, the top cash crop in the Bear River Valley at the time.


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