Posted Nov 13, 2013By Holly Pelczynski | Berkshire Eagle Staff
Jerrid Burdick is a local of the Berkshires and the owner of Tux Express. His family, who lives on Florida Mountain, farms turnips. His family, along with many neighbors, grow turnips and sell them for the holidays. Unfortunately, there are some businesses in the area claiming to be buying and selling local Florida Mountain turnips. But, in fact, the turnips are not at all grown or bought in Florida. Burdick, along with many others, are trying to protect the Florida turnips legacy and shine some light on the situation.
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