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Video: Former Baltimore Raven Jason Brown takes to farm to feed needy


From football to the farm, former Baltimore Raven decided to leave one field behind and move to another, starting First Fruit Farm in his home state of North Carolina, learning how to work the land from scratch. Now, all the produce he and his family grows goes to people in need, and so far, they've donated more than 500,000 pounds of food. (WBAL)

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Video: Former Baltimore Raven Jason Brown takes to farm to feed needy


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