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    In this April 15 photo Phil Retberg milks Bonnie, one of the dairy cows he milks by hand at Quill's End Farm in Penobscot. The Retbergs, who are supporters of an unsuccessful attempt to amend Maine's constitution to ensure a "right to food" say the defeat is only a bump in the road for advocates of food freedom around the country.

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    In this April 15 photo piglets gather at feeding time at the Quill's End Farm, a small family run operation in Penobscot. Supporters of an unsuccessful attempt to amend Maine's constitution to ensure a "right to food" say the defeat is only a bump in the road for advocates of food freedom around the country.

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    In this April 15 photo Heather Retberg collects eggs at the Quill's End Farm in Penobscot. The farm represents a way of life she said needs to be protected from an aggressive regulatory structure that keeps small farms from getting food to local people.

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    In this April 15 photo a sign gives notice to customers at the Quill's End Farm, a small family run operation in Penobscot. The Retbergs, who are supporters of an unsuccessful attempt to amend Maine's constitution to ensure a "right to food" say the defeat is only a bump in the road for advocates of food freedom around the country.

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    In this April 15 photo Phil Retberg pours a pail of milk that will be made into cheese in the family kitchen at the Quill's End Farm in Penobscot. Retberg said the food sovereignty movement is about protecting community as much as it's about protecting farms.

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    In this April 15 photo Heather Retberg feeds chickens at the Quill's End Farm in Penobscot. The farm represents a way of life she said needs to be protected from an aggressive regulatory structure that keeps small farms from getting food to local people.

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    In this April 15 photo raw milk is for sale at the Quill's End Farm, a small family run operation in Penobscot. The farm is a way of life Heather Retberg said needs to be protected from an aggressive regulatory structure that keeps small farms from getting food to local people.

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