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Flooded Schoharie County farms getting back on their feet

Schoharie County Farms Carrot Barn family member, Jolyn Borst and her son Benjamin,move fresh corn into place. Farmers are recovering from flood damage, and their crops are coming along.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Schoharie County Farms Carrot Barn family member, Jolyn Borst and her son Benjamin,move fresh corn into place. Farmers are recovering from flood damage, and their crops are coming along.
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At the Carrot Barn in Schoharie, the shelves are filled with fresh produce and the greenhouse and fields are teeming with plant life. Customers file through, filling their carts with vegetables and other treats, such as carrot cookies and cupcakes. “We’ve got a great crop of garlic,” said Richard Ball, owner of the Carrot Barn, during a tour of his property. “Our tomato crop is looking really amazing.” It was a far different scene last ...


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