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    The farm store is inside the big red barn seen in this photo taken on Tuesday at the Milkhouse dairy farm and creamery in Monmouth.

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    Dairy cows graze in pasture on Tuesday at the Milkhouse dairy farm and creamery in Monmouth.

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    John Wright, left, smooths freshly poured concrete as Caitlin Frame waits to lift up the float when it reaches the other side on Tuesday at the Milkhouse dairy farm and creamery in Monmouth. The new floor is part of a barn addition project at the farm.

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    The farm store is inside the big red barn seen in this photo taken on Tuesday at the Milkhouse dairy farm and creamery in Monmouth.

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    Kristen Farney talks about yogurt making during a interview on Tuesday at the Milkhouse dairy farm and creamery in Monmouth.

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    Caitlin Frame talks about the store during an interview on Tuesday at the Milkhouse dairy farm and creamery in Monmouth.

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    Lisa Kane of South China leads an Icelandic horse to a barn at Maine Lee Morgan Horse Farm in Manchester in this 2014 file photo. Farm owner Deb Plengey, 66, hopes the farm's 250 acres stays farmland even after she's no longer farming.

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