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Dairy Farmers Cling to the Land They Love | Holding On

Dairy Farmers Cling to the Land They Love | Holding On
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One Response to Dairy Farmers Cling to the Land They Love | Holding On

  1. Duane Searles November 6, 2010 at 7:26 pm #

    It was with great sadness that I read this article. Having grown up on a farm in eastern Mass. I remember when my father decided to sell.the farm. It was a sad time. I was only 24 and newly married and I asked my father to let me buy the farm from him. He would not sell it to me \”too many headaches\” he said. That was over 30 years ago and not a day goes by that I say to myself “What if?” Maybe I would of failed, but then again maybe not. I sometimes feel I short changed my kids my not exposing them to the farm life. It was a great way to grow up!!!

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