Jonathan Shell, left, and his father, Gary Shell, unloaded sticks of tobacco last week as three generations of the Shell family hung the tobacco to cure in a barn in Lancaster. The Garrard County family raises nearly 200 acres of burley.
Jonathan Shell, left, and his father, Gary Shell, unloaded sticks of tobacco last week as three generations of the Shell family hung the tobacco to cure in a barn in Lancaster. The Garrard County family raises nearly 200 acres of burley. Herald-Leader
Jonathan Shell, left, and his father, Gary Shell, unloaded sticks of tobacco last week as three generations of the Shell family hung the tobacco to cure in a barn in Lancaster. The Garrard County family raises nearly 200 acres of burley. Herald-Leader

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