Larry Johnson sat on a wagonload of hay grown on his farm on Troy Pike south of Versailles. The Marion County native worked for 37 years with IBM and Lexmark but now finds "self-satisfaction" in growing hay he sells to area horse farms.
Larry Johnson sat on a wagonload of hay grown on his farm on Troy Pike south of Versailles. The Marion County native worked for 37 years with IBM and Lexmark but now finds "self-satisfaction" in growing hay he sells to area horse farms. Lexington Herald-Leader
Larry Johnson sat on a wagonload of hay grown on his farm on Troy Pike south of Versailles. The Marion County native worked for 37 years with IBM and Lexmark but now finds "self-satisfaction" in growing hay he sells to area horse farms. Lexington Herald-Leader

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