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Strawberry fields

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It helps if you choose your family and friends with care according to Tasmanian farmer Sophie Nichols. Having grown up on Littlewood, the mixed crop and grazing farm that’s been in her family for four generations, Sophie is no stranger to the vicissitudes of farming life. Yet, with the optimism of youth and a little help from her nearest and dearest, she’s determined to

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