It's a Prickly Pear Cactus Story from the 1930s!
This story comes to us from Kansas, homer to grasslands that are good for cows, not for cactus, according to the US Government.
Max Schick was a boy of 10 back in the mid ‘30s when the U.S. government paid people 50 cents an acre to rid their grass of prickly pear cactus.
You should click through to find out if he got spined. And don’t forget the arrowheads…