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It is a small world after all. (From the editor).

COUNTRYSIDE: I was absolutely speechless when I noticed this magazine is published in Withee, Wisconsin--just 20 or so miles from the 80-acre farm I was raised on.

I have five children and 40 acres. I would like to raise something for the children to sell, such as squash, pumpkins or watermelons.

I don't have any farm equipment to use for tilling or planting, but a neighbor has offered to disk up an area so I can rototill a little easier.

We raise meat chickens for ourselves and friends, and rent out 20 acres to a local farmer.
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Author:Uerling, Rose
Publication:Countryside & Small Stock Journal
Date:Sep 1, 2002
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