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06/21/09 — A homegrown tradition: Fathers and sons have worked Wayne County's land for generations

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A homegrown tradition: Fathers and sons have worked Wayne County's land for generations

By Catharin Shepard
Published in News on June 21, 2009 2:00 AM

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News-Argus/BOBBY WILLIAMS

Delanor Daw, left, Paul Daw, right, and Zachary Daw, 2, stand among the rows of tobacco in one of the 1,200 acres of fields owned and farmed by the Daw family's third and fourth generations.

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News-Argus/BOBBY WILLIAMS

John McClenny, left, Charlie McClenny, center, and Murray McClenny, right, take a break on the bed of a truck parked at the 2,000-acre crop and hog farm.

In the hectic age of Blackberries, meetings, mini-vans and soccer practice, many families don't see each other as often as they would like. But some dads not only get to spend Father's Day with their children, they work with their...

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