100 years ago today - Mar 4, 1920

Members of a delegation of beet farmers tells the First Presidency that they would refuse to plant beets at the current U and I Sugar company prices. The First Presidency discussed the situation, and Anthon H. Lund takes their views to the company directors. After several offers are made and rejected, the company agrees to offer twelve dollars per ton, the highest to that time, and to split the profits if the market price increases.

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