Farmer Expresses Love for His Wife with 120,000 Pounds of Manure

Dick Kleis, a farmer in Zwingle, Iowa, decided to express his affection for his wife in a way that she would (apparently) appreciate. On the occasion of her birthday, he wrote out "HAP B DAY LUV U" in giant letters made of manure across his field:

But Carole Kleis isn’t just any woman — she’s the wife of a farmer, and a little natural fertilizer doesn’t bother her a bit, even if this particular usage is rather unusual.

"He's done weird things before for birthdays," she said. "But maybe not this weird." [...]

"I was going to put a heart out there after the happy birthday, but I ran out of manure," he said. "It's not hard. Any manure will work but the good, soft, gushy, warm stuff works the best. It kind of melts the snow."


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Yay! Your tax dollars at work!

"Richard Kleis received payments totaling $170,365 from 1995 through 2006"

http://farm.ewg.org/farm/persondetail.php?custnumber=007190230
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