A Place to Grow Beer
From Being Burley Chapter 7: Buying Local
Brooks Clayville, who owned more than a thousand acres in Worcester County, was a farmer by trade and genetics, Brooks is primarily an advanced tinkerer. When he took his degree at Penn State, it was not an agribusiness degree but rather a Master’s Degree in Agronomy. In chicken country, Brooks’ family farm was so diversified as to be nearly immune to t…
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