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Family farms struggle but survive, thrive

Will LaRue and the family dog "Kandi" at the LaRue Farms located on Charlton Rd. in Charlton.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Will LaRue and the family dog "Kandi" at the LaRue Farms located on Charlton Rd. in Charlton.
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Since the 1770s, hay has grown and cows have grazed at LaRue Farms in Ballston Spa. The family farm is one of many in the Capital Region that continue to thrive in a world dramatically different from the one their founders knew. As times have changed, so have the farms — what they produce and how they are run — but the desire to make a living from the land remains strong. LaRue Farms, Ballston ...


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