Opinion: Not willing to be pushed aroundBy LILLIAN ANDERSON My husband, Raymond and I have farmed near Langford for 38 years. Raymond grew up on this farm and has been working the land since he was a boy. He bought the this land when he was 20. Until a few months ago, I would never have thought of getting up in front of a group or organizing a statewide citizens group. Until the crude oil pipeline came along. A foreign oil company plans to build 220 miles of 30-inch high-pressure steel pipe across South Dakota from Britton to Yankton. It will cross 700 parcels of land, and impact more than 4,000 acres, including a quarter of our best farmland. It will cut through native sod and buffalo grass that farm families have protected and relied on since statehood.