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John Irwin and Brian Blanchette (left) help lift a wall.

John Irwin and Brian Blanchette (left) help lift a wall. (View larger version)

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  • Actor Charles Bronson, who was in the movie “The Dirty Dozen” owned a farm in West Windsor, Vermont…just 86 miles away from the Carney Farm in Jackson, New York.

  • The average human excretes between 3 and 8 ounces of feces on a daily basis.

  • The film “The Dirty Dozen” starring Charles Bronson, was released in 1967.

  • Hay is typically baled into a cylindrical or rectangular shape weighing 50-100 lbs.

  • The largest Amish communities are located in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Ohio and Pennsylvania.

  • One ounce of mattress dust can contain as many as 40,000 dust mites!

  • Shuffleboard first came to the United States in 1913.

  • On farms, propane can be used for crop drying, flame cultivation, fruit ripening, space heating, water heating, and running a variety of farm engines.

  • Bobcats, mountain lions, coyotes and humans are known predators of the white- tailed deer.

  • Between 2003-2007, U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated 1,170 home structure fires caused my propane. The result of the fires causes 34 civilian deaths, 135 civilian injuries and $48 million in property damage.