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  • . This is a generational farm that is starting to get back into the dairy business. The house is still inhabited. The barn and silos are gonna and have been replaced with modern barns.
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  • This farm was right across the street from my family’s farm. Our families worked closely together for years until they moved away. We used to store hay in that barn until it was demolished by the landfill. I miss that place.
  • This was purchased by my father in the early thirties and served as our 80 acre family farm from 1940 until it was purchased and demolished
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  • or so east of Oberlin road. I have a lot of pictures taken by my great grandmother with this farm in the background of my family’s farm.
  • This farm belonged to Al Baumann and was located a little over a mile east of Oberlin Road on Butternut Ridge Road. It was torn down, perhaps in the early 2000's for the land fill.
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  • in this barn for our farm down the road. The owners of this farm were murdered by a hired hand. Before that, this was the largest dairy ok the road.
  • This a farm on Butternut Ridge Road about a mile west of route 20 in Carlisle township. It was owned by father and son Streichers.
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  • . This is a generational farm that is starting to get back into the dairy business. The house is still inhabited. The barn and silos are gonna and have been replaced with modern barns.
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  • Grandparents farm
  • This was the Nash farm
  • Buckholz Farm
  • This was the Meyer farm, then became the Robert and Susan Ternes farm
  • This is the old Miller Family Farm

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