Gregory Mason of Lexington cut tobacco Monday for A.J. Baker Properties on Brannon Road near Nicholasville. Mason said that he grew up raising tobacco on his family's Scott County farm but that before this season he hadn't worked in tobacco for more than 20 years. He said he is cutting about 500 sticks a day.
Gregory Mason of Lexington cut tobacco Monday for A.J. Baker Properties on Brannon Road near Nicholasville. Mason said that he grew up raising tobacco on his family's Scott County farm but that before this season he hadn't worked in tobacco for more than 20 years. He said he is cutting about 500 sticks a day. Herald-Leader
Gregory Mason of Lexington cut tobacco Monday for A.J. Baker Properties on Brannon Road near Nicholasville. Mason said that he grew up raising tobacco on his family's Scott County farm but that before this season he hadn't worked in tobacco for more than 20 years. He said he is cutting about 500 sticks a day. Herald-Leader

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