N.H. law aims to keep crop thieves, including the unwitting ones, from helping themselves
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A big reason Chris LaValley caught his lucky break came down to the car he was driving.
The farmer’s own vehicle was being fixed in the shop. So when he went to check on his corn fields, he took his wife’s car.
That meant diving slower than usual. Driving slower meant kicking up less dust from the long dirt road hugging the property. Less dust meant a smaller warning system for anyone in the fields.