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Winter is a time of some rest, reminiscing for local farmers

Winter offers unpaid field hands like me respite from the daily toil that spring, summer, and fall days require. It is a good time to reflect on the past year. And when I begin these reveries, the first word that comes to mind is . . . pears.

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{name} Posted by James Eisenstein on 01/06, 2014 at 09:58 AM

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Video: Three Belle Cheese…Milking past financial and cultural limits

Local Food Journey is pleased to announce that Penn State student and WPSU Multimedia Intern Jessica Paholsky will be producing videos for us that will cover a variety of local food topics, places, businesses, and more. These will generally run every Friday. The first one looks at a few of the challenges of being a goat dairy farmer with Three Belle Cheese General Manager Darren Rhyne.

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{name} Posted by Jamie Oberdick on 05/31, 2013 at 01:00 PM

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