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EVERYDAY LEADERSHIP: Attention to safety vital in an unfamiliar job

June 27, 2012
The Marietta Times

My family moved to our 60-acre farm at Malaga, Ohio, during the summer of 1962. Dad immediately began collecting livestock. First was a Guernsey cow, Dad named Rose, since the previous year with three growing boys our monthly milk bill had been more than our rent. He quickly added a couple dozen chickens and a sow we called Snowball. A pair of cats appeared one Saturday morning and soon a liter was born.

 
 
 

 

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