Farmer Bob Barton explained how irrigation pipes bring water from a lake on Barton Brothers Farm to its tobacco and corn crops. The lake, created in the 1940s, is one of many in Fayette County alone that were built with money from state and federal soil conservation districts.
Farmer Bob Barton explained how irrigation pipes bring water from a lake on Barton Brothers Farm to its tobacco and corn crops. The lake, created in the 1940s, is one of many in Fayette County alone that were built with money from state and federal soil conservation districts. Herald-Leader
Farmer Bob Barton explained how irrigation pipes bring water from a lake on Barton Brothers Farm to its tobacco and corn crops. The lake, created in the 1940s, is one of many in Fayette County alone that were built with money from state and federal soil conservation districts. Herald-Leader

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