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ADVANCE FOR MONDAY MARCH 13 AND THEREAFTER - An engraved wooden cross stands as a memorial near the spot where Mike Biadasz, 29, was found dead in August 2016 on his family's farm in Amherst, Wis., after he was overcome by gases from a manure pit. Bob and his wife, Diane, always expected Mike would someday take over the family farm. Now, the words he lived by can be read on a pair of signs placed on the farm: “Live today like you are going to die tomorrow, but farm today like you are going to farm forever.”  (Chris Mueller/The Stevens Point Journal via AP)

ADVANCE FOR MONDAY MARCH 13 AND THEREAFTER - An engraved wooden cross stands as a memorial near the spot where Mike Biadasz, 29, was found dead in August 2016 on his family's farm in Amherst, Wis., after he was overcome by gases from a manure pit. Bob and his wife, Diane, always expected Mike would someday take over the family farm. Now, the words he lived by can be read on a pair of signs placed on the farm: “Live today like you are going to die tomorrow, but farm today like you are going to farm forever.” (Chris Mueller/The Stevens Point Journal via AP)

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