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Kissinger Farm Family

Steve and Gale Kissinger built their house in 1995. Before, the family lived in a significantly smaller and less-insulated home on the farm. “God truly blessed us with the money to build a new home,” Steve said.

Steve and Gale Kissinger built their house in 1995. Before, the family lived in a significantly smaller and less-insulated home on the farm. “God truly blessed us with the money to build a new home,” Steve said.

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Steve Kissinger feeds two of his 13 horses an apple treat that his wife, Gale Kissinger prepared on Friday Sept. 13 on his farm in Shepard, MI

Steve Kissinger feeds two of his 13 horses an apple treat that his wife, Gale Kissinger prepared on Friday Sept. 13 on his farm in Shepard, MI

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Steve Kissinger wraps up left over string from previous hay bails in the pasture. .  “We started placing hay out in the pasture because as the weather turns colder, the grass doesn’t grow as much out here,” Steve Kissinger explains.

Steve Kissinger wraps up left over string from previous hay bails in the pasture. . “We started placing hay out in the pasture because as the weather turns colder, the grass doesn’t grow as much out here,” Steve Kissinger explains.

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Isaac Smith, Leslie Kissinger’s boyfriend helps unwrap a hay bail during feeding time in the pasture.

Isaac Smith, Leslie Kissinger’s boyfriend helps unwrap a hay bail during feeding time in the pasture.

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Leslie Kissinger shows family friend Paul Terry and his brother Don how to saddle up horses for a trail ride.

Leslie Kissinger shows family friend Paul Terry and his brother Don how to saddle up horses for a trail ride.

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Steve Kissinger hugs his daughter Leslie’s boyfriend, Isaac Smith to thank him for helping with the hay.

Steve Kissinger hugs his daughter Leslie’s boyfriend, Isaac Smith to thank him for helping with the hay.

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