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Getting started with the physical labor of farming



Ned Stoller of Easterseals Michigan AgrAbility discusses the physical workload of starting a farm...hours per day, days per year, lifting, bending, crawling, carrying, digging, reaching, etc.  This is a realistic look at the effort you will face for various farm enterprises and tools to help you work more efficiently, especially if you are not in perfect health condition.




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