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Power

Sheaves of wheat will cower in your presence. Really, that's about it unless that Chilean storm thing happens and you're the only supplier around…and even then, the power just lasts a season or two at most. You may have other workers on your farm you can boss around, but it is a pretty isolated lifestyle. Just you, all alone out there in that field, with that cow. Don't get any ideas.

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