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FNS P:hoto by Mikkel Pates Kevin Kessel, seen Aug. 22 near Belfield, figures the Anderson Seed debacle cost him $150,000. He is angry that the Public Service Commission has taken nearly two years to get satisfaction.

Too little, too late: Belfield farmer burned in seed company’s insolvency said regulators slow on the draw

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BELFIELD — Kevin Kessel said if it wasn’t for an off-farm job in North Dakota’s oil fields, the loss of $149,000 in sunflower seeds in the Anderson Seed debacle would have forced him into an auction sale.


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