LOUISVILLE Ky. A golden sun sets over a verdant field, while birds lazily pick at the leavings of a just-harvested vegetable patch. Fat dripping into a wood fire sends out smoke-signal clues about the night's meaty main course, and the clink of glasses ends as 85 place settings are completed for this evening's bucolic farm dinner setting. But such an affair has its ugly side, too. Like most farm fields, this one has neither plumbing for dish washing or electrical power for ...
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