Rural Crime Challenges: Farmers usually have a lot more acres to protect

What was once considered an urban problem is pestering rural Americans more and more: property crime.

It is suggested that rural property owners should take every opportunity they can to reduce the chance of this happening, including locking equipment and installing solar-powered lights on the property.

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