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  • Seabrook farmer calls it quits, last stand at local markets

    Urbie West of Seabrook, S.C., speaks about his last day at the Bluffton Farmers Market and the end of Pinckney Produce. West and his family will no longer farm the land they have had in their family since 1884.

Seabrook farmer calls it quits, last stand at local markets

Urbie West of Seabrook, S.C., speaks about his last day at the Bluffton Farmers Market and the end of Pinckney Produce. West and his family will no longer farm the land they have had in their family since 1884.
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