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Amish fence builders

Amish workers from a midstate New York community bring values and skills to the region.

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Annie Miller, left, walks with her husband Aaron Miller of Fort Plain, N.Y., owner of the Amish fence building company E&A Fence, as they oversee construction of an electric fence at M&K Dairy Farm in Lebanon, Conn., Monday, Sept. 2, 2013.

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Benjamin Stoltzfus of Fort Plain, N.Y., employee of the Amish fence building company E&A Fence, constructs an electric fence at M&K Dairy Farm in Lebanon, Conn., Monday, Sept. 2, 2013. The company is owned by Aaron Miller, background left.

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Vernon Peachey of Fort Plain, N.Y., employee of the Amish fence building company E&A Fence, constructs an electric fence at M&K Dairy Farm in Lebanon, Conn., Monday, Sept. 2, 2013. The company is owned by Aaron Miller.

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Annie Miller, left, and Katie Peachey of Fort Plain, N.Y., wives of employees of the Amish fence building company E&A Fence, construct look on, as their husbands construct an electric fence at M&K Dairy Farm in Lebanon, Conn., Monday, Sept. 2, 2013. The company is owned by Annie Miller's husband, Aaron Miller. In the foreground is employee Benjamin Stoltzfus.

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Benjamin Stoltzfus of Fort Plain, N.Y., employee of the Amish fence building company E&A Fence, works during a steady downpour as he constructs an electric fence at M&K Dairy Farm in Lebanon, Conn., Monday, Sept. 2, 2013. The company is owned by Aaron Miller.

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Benjamin Stoltzfus of Fort Plain, N.Y., employee of the Amish fence building company E&A Fence, constructs an electric fence at M&K Dairy Farm in Lebanon, Conn., Monday, Sept. 2, 2013. The company is owned by Aaron Miller.

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Katie Peachey, attempts to stay dry during a downpour as she watches her husband Vernon Peachey of Fort Plain, N.Y., an employee of the Amish fence building company E&A Fence, construct an electric fence at M&K Dairy Farm in Lebanon, Conn., Monday, Sept. 2, 2013. The company is owned by Aaron Miller.

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Vernon Peachey, right, and Benjamin Stoltzfus, left, of Fort Plain, N.Y., employees of the Amish fence building company E&A Fence, construct an electric fence at M&K Dairy Farm in Lebanon, Conn., Monday, Sept. 2, 2013. The company is owned by Aaron Miller.

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Vernon Peachey of Fort Plain, N.Y., employee of the Amish fence building company E&A Fence, constructs an electric fence at M&K Dairy Farm in Lebanon, Conn., Monday, Sept. 2, 2013. The company is owned by Aaron Miller.

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Benjamin Stoltzfus of Fort Plain, N.Y., employee of the Amish fence building company E&A Fence, constructs an electric fence at M&K Dairy Farm in Lebanon, Conn., Monday, Sept. 2, 2013. The company is owned by Aaron Miller.

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Annie Miller, left, walks with her husband Aaron Miller of Fort Plain, N.Y., owner of the Amish fence building company E&A Fence, as they oversee construction of an electric fence at M&K Dairy Farm in Lebanon, Conn., Monday, Sept. 2, 2013.

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