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Farm festival fun

Published 6:38pm Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Festival-goers check out an antique tractor (above) and enjoy a hayride at the Columbus Farm Festival held Saturday, Oct. 5. Craftspeople, food vendors and local organizations set up booths along Mills Street in downtown Columbus. Chickens, goats and other farm animals were on exhibit, and Polk County Extension Director John Vining gave guided tours of the historic Polk County Courthouse. (photos by Anne Regan)

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