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Kentucky Color: Springtime is sowing time
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By Billy Joe Fudge
Springtime in South Central Kentucky has always been a time to sow in anticipation of a time of harvest.
Farming and farmers have now given way to agriculture and agriculturalists and although the method and manner have changed, the labor of sowing for the reward of the harvest has not.
Don't forget to thank a farmer (agriculturalist) for the bounty of plenty at your local farmers' market and or at your local supermarket. - BILLY JOE FUDGE
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