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Romeo farmer says it with manure

Published 13/02/2010 | 08:39

This Thursday Feb. 11, 2010 photo made available by the Andersland family and taken by Minnesota Aviation, shows an aerial view of a a half-mile wide heart made out of manure 12 miles southwest of Albert Lea, Minn.. Bruce Andersland created the Valentine's Day gift for his wife of 37 years in their farm field. His wife, Beth, says it's the biggest and most original Valentine she has ever received. She says some people might think it's gross but she says it's cute and
This Thursday Feb. 11, 2010 photo made available by the Andersland family and taken by Minnesota Aviation, shows an aerial view of a a half-mile wide heart made out of manure 12 miles southwest of Albert Lea, Minn.. Bruce Andersland created the Valentine's Day gift for his wife of 37 years in their farm field. His wife, Beth, says it's the biggest and most original Valentine she has ever received. She says some people might think it's gross but she says it's cute and "Why not do something fun with what you got?" (AP Photo/Courtesy of Andersland family - Minnesota Aviation, Darren Schone ) NO SALES

A US farmer made a half-mile wide heart out of manure as a Valentine's Day gift to his wife of 37 years.

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The southern Minnesota man produced his opus in their farm field about 12 miles southwest of Albert Lea.

Bruce Andersland told the Alberta Lea Tribune that he started the project with his tractor and manure spreader on Wednesday and finished on Thursday.

His wife, Beth, said it's the biggest and most original Valentine she ever received.

She said some people might think it's gross, but she said it's cute and "Why not do something fun with what you got?"

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