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Farmer returns to grandfather's legacy
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Wolfram tends to a crop of blueberries at Hofield Farms. What drew me to farming was the physicalness of it, he said. The Can you be out here sweating when its 100 degrees all day and still want to come back the next day? - photo by Lindsey Lyell
For years, Robert Marsh owned and operated Hofield Farms in Camden, providing county residents with everything from sweet corn to watermelons to tomatoes. Now, a few years after the popular fruit and vegetable roadside stand closed, Marsh’s 27-year-old grandson Peter Marsh Wolfram is back at the farm -- growing his own crops of fruit and selling them at the Kershaw County Farmers Market. “When I was in college, I used to come down here for the summers and work.