Paul and David Jeffries search corn in one of the many activities as Curtin Farms in Clover during Saturday’s Ag + Art Tour in York County. The tour continues today in York and Chester counties. Lancaster County joins the tour next weekend. For information, visit agandarttour.com. Look for more photos online at heraldonline.com.
Paul and David Jeffries search corn in one of the many activities as Curtin Farms in Clover during Saturday’s Ag + Art Tour in York County. The tour continues today in York and Chester counties. Lancaster County joins the tour next weekend. For information, visit agandarttour.com. Look for more photos online at heraldonline.com. Jeff Sochko Special to The Herald
Paul and David Jeffries search corn in one of the many activities as Curtin Farms in Clover during Saturday’s Ag + Art Tour in York County. The tour continues today in York and Chester counties. Lancaster County joins the tour next weekend. For information, visit agandarttour.com. Look for more photos online at heraldonline.com. Jeff Sochko Special to The Herald

Fun at the farm on Ag + Art Tour in York, Chester counties

June 10, 2017 05:22 PM

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