The Morning Edition from CBC Radio Saskatchewan (Highlights) | Oct 15, 2013 | 6:21

Modern family farm embraces simple pleasures

The Hebert family in southeastern Saskatchewan is embracing new farming technologies and business practices, while still clinging to the simple pleasure of working together. The CBC's Bonnie Allen reports.

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