Sunflower Farm Brings 'Spunny' to Orange

Sunflower Farm Brings 'Spunny' to Orange

There are 2 comments on the Patch.com story from Jul 27, 2012, titled Sunflower Farm Brings 'Spunny' to Orange. In it, Patch.com reports that:

A When Ernie and Sabrina Santoro of OrangeA started growing grapevines, sunflowers and perennials at their farm on Derby Milford Road, they didn't expect they'd end up keeping livestock.

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#1 Jul 28, 2012
who cares?
watchpuppy

Milford, CT

#2 Aug 6, 2012
Seems we have another "personality"...we have a real Sybil situation going on here with Greggor. Someone needs to up their meds. If people would watch the postings of Greg, Greggor, Zuma, April, Heleana, and others and go back and compare them to each other, it's easy to find out who the twisted disturbed person is. Well, I gotta run. I have to go down to the fabric store to buy some Terricloth and it's several Miles away.

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