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Celebrating century-old Pennsylvania family-run farms

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For the third and final Ag Progress day this year, people from across Pennsylvania are celebrating 100 and 200 years of running their family-owned farms. Betty Jacobus has 95 years of memories at her family's 131-acre farm. The families said running the farms hard work, but comes with great reward.
2 months ago·Centre County, United States

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Celebrating century-old Pennsylvania family-run farms

CENTRE COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) -- For the third and final Ag Progress day this year, people from across Pennsylvania are celebrating 100 and 200 years of running their family-owned farms. “I love getting up in the morning and going to work," said Betty Jacobus, owner of Logan Spring Farm in Blair County. Jacobus has 95 years of memories at her family's 131-acre farm. It dates back to 1922 and was originally purchased for $109.49. “It is a beautiful, …

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