"It's my favorite part but makes me the least money," said Adam Miller, who harvests a small part of his 800-acre farm with a collection of 50-year-old equipment. He's harvesting the ears of corn, which are then ground for cattle feed. The corn crib was built in 1951, near the end of an era. Combines that shelled the corn made them obsolete. His son Jacob, 13, background, drives loaded wagons from the nearby corn fields. Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2009.

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