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  • Yep, that's a camel

    David "Junior" Phillips used to raise tobacco on his Midway farm. Now, in addition to that crop, a group of exotic animals, that include a camel and a buffalo, make their home on his fields. They can be seen from US 421 in Midway near the I-64 interchange. Video by Charles Bertram

David "Junior" Phillips used to raise tobacco on his Midway farm. Now, in addition to that crop, a group of exotic animals, that include a camel and a buffalo, make their home on his fields. They can be seen from US 421 in Midway near the I-64 interchange. Video by Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
David "Junior" Phillips used to raise tobacco on his Midway farm. Now, in addition to that crop, a group of exotic animals, that include a camel and a buffalo, make their home on his fields. They can be seen from US 421 in Midway near the I-64 interchange. Video by Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

Yes, that’s a camel looking over the fence in the Midway farmer’s field

January 27, 2017 1:45 PM