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The last of the family farms

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THE LAST of the FAMILY FARMS recalls what it was like to have grown up on a family farm some fifty years ago and how the learning experiences of todays youth differ so sharply from the learning experiences of a child growing up a half century ago. On the family farm, early learning experiences came from family members and from Sunday and public school teachers. The food which sustained our lives came from the animals and vegetables that were raised on the farm. Work was an integral part of living on a family farm. One didnt go to work or go home; they were one in the same. There was a unique partnership between farm families and the Almighty Himself as each depended upon the other to grow the crops and raise the animals. And so a strong belief in God was established very early in a child growing up on a family farm.

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