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April 19, 2010 12:00 AM

Getting into the 'creepy' and the 'crawly'

There's an 18th-century backcountry farm set right in Gastonia, where schoolchildren last week petted kid goats named Peanut and Butter, met a pig and sheep, and checked out a vegetable garden tended to in the same way the pioneers would.

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