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Farmers Cultivate Harvest-time Entertainmentsi
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Shelley Schlender
October 10, 2012
Growing food is the main job of agriculture. But in the United States, the increasing proximity of cities to farm operations offers growers the chance to cultivate another crop, harvest-time entertainment. VOA's Shelley Schlender reports.

Farmers Cultivate Harvest-time Entertainments

Shelley Schlender

Published October 10, 2012

Growing food is the main job of agriculture. But in the United States, the increasing proximity of cities to farm operations offers growers the chance to cultivate another crop, harvest-time entertainment. VOA's Shelley Schlender reports.


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