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    The pigs at Our Farm in Springvale are the only ones left out in the rain during Open Farm Day. Eleven Springvale farms collaborated for the first Farm-to-Farm Trail Walk as part of Open Farm Day.

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    SPRINGVALE, ME -JULY 27: Laura Young, center, who owns Our Farm in Springvale with her husband, Aron Gonsalves, attempts to close the gate to visitors as rain pours down during Open Farm Day. Our Farm, open for the first time this year, specializes in heritage and heirloom produce and meat, along with housing pigs, chickens, ducks, turkeys, geese and horses. Eleven Springvale farms collaborated for the first Farm-to-Farm Trail Walk as part of Open Farm Day in Maine. (Photo by Jill Brady/Staff Photographer)

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    Visitors make their way along a trail leading to Our Farm while participating in Open Farm Day.

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    Aron Gonsalves, right, serves home-grown burgers and cucumbers fresh from the garden to Sister Louise Bonta, center, and others from the St. Marcelline Sisterhood of Montreal who were visiting Our Farm in Springvale as part of Open Farm Day on Sunday.

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    Chris Curtis of Sanford helps his children Sam, 3, and Callie, 5, hold a 2-week-old turkey while visiting Our Farm in Springvale on Sunday as part of Open Farm Day.

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