Steve Labra, an operator at Howard Taylor & Sons in Osgood, repairs a piece of farm equipment at the shop on West 81st North. Labra has worked at the farm for 40 years.
Steve Labra, an operator at Howard Taylor & Sons in Osgood, repairs a piece of farm equipment at the shop on West 81st North. Labra has worked at the farm for 40 years. postregister.com
Steve Labra, an operator at Howard Taylor & Sons in Osgood, repairs a piece of farm equipment at the shop on West 81st North. Labra has worked at the farm for 40 years. postregister.com

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