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According to the 1875 agriculture census

According to the 1875 agriculture census, the Wadsworths owned 80 acres and produced 200 bushels of onions, 210 bushels of White Belgian carrots;

According to the 1875 agriculture census, the Wadsworths owned 80 acres and produced 200 bushels of onions, 210 bushels of White Belgian carrots; owned 73 Merino sheep, some “good, well-bred cows”, and shipped 1,200 baskets of peaches. L.D. Wadsworth was one of the first directors of the Fennville Fruit company, formed in 1897 as a cooperative marketer of the area’s fruit.

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