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These farmers are prospering in the pandemic by delivering straight to homes

Sean Van Zeeland picks tomatoes at Great Oak Farm, Mason, Wisconsin, August 19, 2019. Image: Handout: Chris Duke

Nellie Peyton

Journalist, Reuters Foundation

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    Jack Kaster prepares a food delivery from Great Oak Farm, Mason, Wisconsin, September 25, 2019.
    Jack Kaster prepares a food delivery from Great Oak Farm, Mason, Wisconsin, September 25, 2019. Image: Handout: Chris Duke
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