JOE + JEANETTE SAUER (PART ONE)
Recorded December 28, 2017 Archived December 28, 2017 55:22 minutes
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DescriptionTenacity and an unwavering work ethic define the life of a farmer. At 92 years of age, Joe Sauer planted over 1,000 onion plants this past year. “Over the course of a few days,” he qualified. As if one could imagine one could do it faster – at any age.
Joe and Jeanette Sauer describe the evolution of a poultry farm (they started with raspberries, currants and three cows) and take us through the planting and harvesting season.
Sue Sachar (nee Sauer)
Stories of Saugerties