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ISSUE DATE: 01/14/2008

One man's scrap iron is another man's farm shop

The farm shop on the Rezac family farm, in northeast Kansas, is just a bunch of scrap iron--and that is just one of the things that makes it unique.

Most of the iron used for the skeleton of the huge shop came from a Kansas City demolition company that was going out of business. Lance Rezac said the owner had been in the demolition business for 25 years but his lot was sold and he had to clear it all out in 30 days.


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