Farmers work to bridge city-rural gap
RIVER FALLS, Wis. -- Many Americans have drifted away from the farm for years, creating a division between city and farm cousins.
For those in the city, their idea of farming may be outdated.
"They have this vision of what we are," Liz Doornink said. "It is really from the stories of way back ... children's storybooks of the farmer in the red barn."
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