Field of weeds

Dugan Tillman-Brown, owner of Firefly Farm in North Stonington, navigates his tractor through a field of overgrown weeds on Friday, Sept. 7, 2018.  (Tim Martin/The Day)
Dugan Tillman-Brown, owner of Firefly Farm in North Stonington, navigates his tractor through a field of overgrown weeds on Friday, Sept. 7, 2018. (Tim Martin/The Day)

North Stonington — Dugan Tillman-Brown, owner of Firefly Farm in North Stonington, navigates his tractor Friday through a field of overgrown weeds.

Brown was clearing a path in order to set up electric fence posts so that his herd of 180 Randall lineback cattle, considered a rare purebred breed, can graze in fresh acreage.

A herd of 180 Randall lineback cattle graze in fresh acreage at Firefly Farm, owned by Dugan Tillman-Brown, in North Stonington on Friday, Sept. 7, 2018. The purebred breed is considered a rare. (Tim Martin/The Day)
A herd of 180 Randall lineback cattle graze in fresh acreage at Firefly Farm, owned by Dugan Tillman-Brown, in North Stonington on Friday, Sept. 7, 2018. The purebred breed is considered a rare. (Tim Martin/The Day)
Dugan Tillman-Brown, owner of Firefly Farm in North Stonington, runs wire for an electric fence  so that his herd of 180 Randall lineback cattle can graze in fresh acreage.  (Tim Martin/The Day)
Dugan Tillman-Brown, owner of Firefly Farm in North Stonington, runs wire for an electric fence so that his herd of 180 Randall lineback cattle can graze in fresh acreage. (Tim Martin/The Day)

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