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Many farms in LaGrange County are owned by members of the Mennonite and Amish communities. First arriving from Pennsylvania in 1841, the Amish and Mennonite have continuously farmed these dairy and livestock farms. The Amish-run Shipshewana Auction has become a tourist attraction, featuring antiques and collectibles.
This sculpture consists of a decorative “frame” of soybeans and corn kernels while the heads of four imposing farm animals are placed at the corners to stand guard over a crate
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