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A small farm in Ireland

publication date: Jun 1, 2015
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RubyHarteArriving at Bumble Bee Farm in County Cork, in the southwest of Ireland, my daughter and I felt completely at home despite the dramatic scenery so different from our own Kansas farm. Perhaps it was the familiarity of the farmscape — high tunnels, chickens, raised beds of flowers, herbs, and vegetables. Or the shared passion made instantly obvious by the profusion of flowers spilling over the gates and climbing along the house. Or, most likely, the warm smiles and hugs from the farmers, Mags Riordan and Stephen Davies.

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