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Values kids learn through farm work are in jeopardy




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Lynne Finnerty
December 21, 2011 | 2,493 views | Post a comment

Every summer, rural teenagers get jobs on local farms to earn some cash while being outdoors. Some just enjoy helping a relative or neighbor on his farm or ranch -- because it really is a great experience to drive a tractor.  . . .

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