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October 22, 2012 12:00 AM

Ky. women ag conference will focus on lack of labor, farming's future

This year, Garey Farms, which raises and sells sustainably grown vegetables, fruit, meat birds, eggs and pork, stopped coming to the Lexington Farmer's Market and focused instead on the more lucrative Louisville markets and restaurant sales. Next year, they may cut back even more "because we can't find people to work. We can't get out there," Carla Garey said.

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