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For Orthodox Jews, an Experiment in Farming and Faith

Belluck, Pam. "For Orthodox Jews, an Experiment in Farming and Faith." The New York Times. November 1, 2002.

 

"The newest farmers in this quiet valley will not milk their cows on Saturdays. Every seventh year, they will let their land lie fallow... The project, the brainchild of a Lubavitcher rabbi, intends to meld the tenets of the Torah with a back-to-the-land ethos not usually associated with Hasidic Jews..."

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For Orthodox Jews, an Experiment in Farming and Faith

Belluck, Pam. "For Orthodox Jews, an Experiment in Farming and Faith." The New York Times. November 1, 2002.

 

"The newest farmers in this quiet valley will not milk their cows on Saturdays. Every seventh year, they will let their land lie fallow... The project, the brainchild of a Lubavitcher rabbi, intends to meld the tenets of the Torah with a back-to-the-land ethos not usually associated with Hasidic Jews..."

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For Orthodox Jews, an Experiment in Farming and Faith

Belluck, Pam. "For Orthodox Jews, an Experiment in Farming and Faith." The New York Times. November 1, 2002.

 

"The newest farmers in this quiet valley will not milk their cows on Saturdays. Every seventh year, they will let their land lie fallow... The project, the brainchild of a Lubavitcher rabbi, intends to meld the tenets of the Torah with a back-to-the-land ethos not usually associated with Hasidic Jews..."

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For Orthodox Jews, an Experiment in Farming and Faith

Belluck, Pam. "For Orthodox Jews, an Experiment in Farming and Faith." The New York Times. November 1, 2002.

 

"The newest farmers in this quiet valley will not milk their cows on Saturdays. Every seventh year, they will let their land lie fallow... The project, the brainchild of a Lubavitcher rabbi, intends to meld the tenets of the Torah with a back-to-the-land ethos not usually associated with Hasidic Jews..."

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For Orthodox Jews, an Experiment in Farming and Faith

Belluck, Pam. "For Orthodox Jews, an Experiment in Farming and Faith." The New York Times. November 1, 2002.

 

"The newest farmers in this quiet valley will not milk their cows on Saturdays. Every seventh year, they will let their land lie fallow... The project, the brainchild of a Lubavitcher rabbi, intends to meld the tenets of the Torah with a back-to-the-land ethos not usually associated with Hasidic Jews..."

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For Orthodox Jews, an Experiment in Farming and Faith

Belluck, Pam. "For Orthodox Jews, an Experiment in Farming and Faith." The New York Times. November 1, 2002.

 

"The newest farmers in this quiet valley will not milk their cows on Saturdays. Every seventh year, they will let their land lie fallow... The project, the brainchild of a Lubavitcher rabbi, intends to meld the tenets of the Torah with a back-to-the-land ethos not usually associated with Hasidic Jews..."

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For Orthodox Jews, an Experiment in Farming and Faith

Belluck, Pam. "For Orthodox Jews, an Experiment in Farming and Faith." The New York Times. November 1, 2002.

 

"The newest farmers in this quiet valley will not milk their cows on Saturdays. Every seventh year, they will let their land lie fallow... The project, the brainchild of a Lubavitcher rabbi, intends to meld the tenets of the Torah with a back-to-the-land ethos not usually associated with Hasidic Jews..."

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For Orthodox Jews, an Experiment in Farming and Faith

Belluck, Pam. "For Orthodox Jews, an Experiment in Farming and Faith." The New York Times. November 1, 2002.

 

"The newest farmers in this quiet valley will not milk their cows on Saturdays. Every seventh year, they will let their land lie fallow... The project, the brainchild of a Lubavitcher rabbi, intends to meld the tenets of the Torah with a back-to-the-land ethos not usually associated with Hasidic Jews..."

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For Orthodox Jews, an Experiment in Farming and Faith

Belluck, Pam. "For Orthodox Jews, an Experiment in Farming and Faith." The New York Times. November 1, 2002.

 

"The newest farmers in this quiet valley will not milk their cows on Saturdays. Every seventh year, they will let their land lie fallow... The project, the brainchild of a Lubavitcher rabbi, intends to meld the tenets of the Torah with a back-to-the-land ethos not usually associated with Hasidic Jews..."

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For Orthodox Jews, an Experiment in Farming and Faith

Belluck, Pam. "For Orthodox Jews, an Experiment in Farming and Faith." The New York Times. November 1, 2002.

 

"The newest farmers in this quiet valley will not milk their cows on Saturdays. Every seventh year, they will let their land lie fallow... The project, the brainchild of a Lubavitcher rabbi, intends to meld the tenets of the Torah with a back-to-the-land ethos not usually associated with Hasidic Jews..."

t_logo_2048_black.png

For Orthodox Jews, an Experiment in Farming and Faith

Belluck, Pam. "For Orthodox Jews, an Experiment in Farming and Faith." The New York Times. November 1, 2002.

 

"The newest farmers in this quiet valley will not milk their cows on Saturdays. Every seventh year, they will let their land lie fallow... The project, the brainchild of a Lubavitcher rabbi, intends to meld the tenets of the Torah with a back-to-the-land ethos not usually associated with Hasidic Jews..."

t_logo_2048_black.png

For Orthodox Jews, an Experiment in Farming and Faith

Belluck, Pam. "For Orthodox Jews, an Experiment in Farming and Faith." The New York Times. November 1, 2002.

 

"The newest farmers in this quiet valley will not milk their cows on Saturdays. Every seventh year, they will let their land lie fallow... The project, the brainchild of a Lubavitcher rabbi, intends to meld the tenets of the Torah with a back-to-the-land ethos not usually associated with Hasidic Jews..."

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"On a typical morning, Shani Mink wakes up at 7 a.m. and lets the chickens out of their coop..."

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For some small kosher food purveyors, the coronavirus era is boom time

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"The Jewish Farmer Network represents a fast-growing subsection of the Jewish community which views the Jewish tradition as an essentially agrarian one."