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Summers Bounty

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Summers Bounty
STORY: When farms were small and everyone was needed to help in some way, a farmer was considered well-off by the amount and quality of the animals he owned and the children his wife bore him. Spring, summer and fall meant long hours, up before dawn and early to bed. The reaping of summer's bounty shows all the work that went into spring plowing, working the fields and planting. Hay, oats and straw, corn...all have to be harvested and brought to the farm to feed the animals in winter. When the weather cooperates and all these other things occur on time, a farm can flourish and grow to be passed on to the next generation. Available as: 5x7 Blank Greeting Cards $3 each 8x10 signed prints $20 each Larger prints also available, please call for more information 715-286-2464
Posted on November 11, 2011

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