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This was the Hopkins Farm and Dairy the tractor sitting there I believe is an e-4 Co-op that I now own. the dairy expanded a lot over the next year's but Dairy is gone and in disrepair now.
am told there was an old farm house where the trailer sits in this photo. The old well house in the center of the photo still stands. We built a home behind the old oak trees which are still there and much larger.
Walker's place on mulebarn at 32, little bit of old co-op tank farm in upper left. All gone.
My grandfather, Elmer Mellette, rented and worked this farm from 1947-1966. In 1965, I was a 12 yr old boy who loved to follow his Papaw all over
Booker's farm equipment. Currently a Get Go gas station. Biddle Memorial Park in the background. Small house lower right is gone, Masonic Lodge building there now.
This is our farm. We have been here since 1952. I have this picture hanging in the living room. We lost the big chicken house and the grain bins
I think this was George Slater's south farm on Gray Road. My dad filled this silo the first time when it was built about 1970 ?
V. John Davis farm on 161st at Ditch rd. Recently all gone a d being developed. Have baled and put up silage here.
the ground from my grandmother, we'd had a mobile home there until we purchased this old farm house and had it moved to this location. That's my Pontiac Gran
Booker's John Deere dealership. SR 47/SR 38. It became Reynolds Farm Equipment and then was torn down and a Ricker's gas station built. Masonic Lodge in the background.
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