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A helping hand: AgrAbility program celebrates 20 years of assisting farmers with disabilities

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Posted: Wednesday, September 28, 2011 10:41 am

MADISON - Vicki Janisch has been on the job less than nine months as an outreach specialist for AgrAbility of Wisconsin, but she's already a full-fledged disciple when it comes to telling the program's story.

AgrAbility of Wisconsin is a program designed to provide services to farmers, their families or people working in farm-related professions who are coping with the effects of a disability. Program staff members design a customized assistance plan based on the type of farming operation and the type of disability.

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