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|Tuesday, July 06, 2010|
Meyer Orchards of Talent had a big picnic this July 4 in celebration of their centennial amidst the changing pear business.
72-year-old Ron Meyer will soon pass the business on to his son Kirt, the fourth generation of the family to run the Rogue Valley orchard and packing house.
Read the full story at Ashland Daily Tidings.
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