The multi-generational Boyden Farm in Cambridge has endured its share of adversity over the years. In 1979, a tractor-trailer truck struck and killed a herd of cows crossing Rte. 15, and seriously injured owner Fred Boyden. Fred’s sons successfully transitioned the farm into a winery/wedding facility. But now Covid-19 has struck their business hard.
"The 77-person wedding on October 10th was scheduled to be outside, but a lightning storm forced the party inside. Health officials say the first confirmed case associated with the outbreak was reported eight days later. Six more followed in Vermont. And while Vermont doesn’t count out-of-state cases, officials say they know several non-Vermont residents who attended the wedding and also tested positive for COVID. “It’s real, and it’s there,” Boyden said."
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