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New-home buyers move to ‘agrihoods’ seeking farm-fresh food for flavor and health

Whether its the views, community, or ease in knowing exactly where your food is coming from, neighborhoods are slowly moving away from being on golf courses to being on acres of farm land. New home owners are shifting towards “agrihoods” because “people don’t need to golf; they do need to eat.”

 

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