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Press Photos by Betsy Simon Above, Ray Kilzer speaks on a radio as he drives a tractor May 2 through some of his 2,000 acres of farm land near Mott. Below, clouds roll over the land.

30 years later, Mott farmer continues family tradition, following in his father's footsteps

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RURAL MOTT -- It was Ray Kilzer's dream as a boy to move from the tractor's passenger seat and sit behind the wheel like his dad.

Now in his 30th year in agriculture, Kilzer is living his dream by operating more than 2,000 acres of land that includes wheat, canola, field peas, flax and corn this season.

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