A quarter-century ago, North Carolina's Yadkin County had more than 350 tobacco farms.
Now that number is down to just a few dozen.
Chuck Wooten's farm was among those tobacco farms. It's been in his family for at least five generations. Now, the land sprouts soybeans, pumpkins, strawberries.
Farming's not the only thing that has been in his family a long time, he explains.
"Some people love sports, some people love hunting, some people love fishing. My dad loved politics," Wooten says.