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Dubois County often is defined in terms of its manufacturing base, but at its heart, it still is very much an agricultural community. Locals take pride in producing crops and raising livestock, and farms that have been around for generations seem to be woven into the fabric of the community. The Herald decided to take a deeper look at this tapestry. Here is a collection of personal stories about local farms and what they mean to those who own them. …

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