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May 31, 2014 12:00 AM

Well-Seasoned | Sequoia Farm’s goat dairy operation is cream of the ‘slow-food’ crop

Sequoia Farm’s 96 acres undulate over the rolling hills of Big Valley near the town of Belleville, where the side roads are rutted by Amish wagon wheels and the open fields are generally unrestrained by fencing. Draft horses pulling a wagon slow you down to a pace that allows you to realize just how beautiful the valley is, with rich brown soil recently tilled and ready to be planted. You slow down.

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