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Celebrate Independence Day with Flags on Farms

The Stars and Stripes often proudly flies on farms year round.

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This is the time of year people proudly display their patriotism by flying American flags. But you often see the Stars and Stripes flying proudly on farms year round.

Mikkel Pates reports on a farm family with a flag in the pasture and talks about why he likes to feature stories about flags on farms.

Pastoral flag a symbol of unity

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