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Like a theme park, with chores

Families pay for chance to experience farm life

By Jenna Russell
Globe Staff / September 7, 2005

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ROCHESTER, Vt. -- On their last morning at Liberty Hill Farm, Isadora and Rayna Shamah rushed to the front porch to pull on dusty barn boots and set off eagerly for the big red barn and its wonders: massive Holstein cows in need of feed and milking; week-old calves and newborn kittens; steaming piles of fresh manure ready to be ... (Full article: 1029 words)

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