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    Charley and Sheila Foley pose for a photo with their sheep on their farm in Poland on Wednesday.

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    Sheila and Charley Foley enjoy their sheep, which they say act like pets, at their farm in Poland on Wednesday.

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    Andrew, Charley, Sheila and Samuel Foley pose for a photo in front of the Foley horse and sheep barn in Poland on Wednesday.

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    Sheila Foley, owner of Attwood Farm & Kitchen in Poland, left, greets a customer on her porch. Foley has a cooler to facilitate no-contact pickups of her products.

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    Sheila Foley, owner of Attwood Farm & Kitchen in Poland, poses at her farm.

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    Ten-day old lambs run and play in the barn at Attwood Farm and Kitchen in Poland on Tuesday, March 31. The wife and two sons of Dr. Charles Foley are taking care of the farm after Foley, a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve, reported for duty to help with the coronaviris pandemic in New York.

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    Sheila Foley calls for one of her four horses to come and eat at her family farm in Poland on Tuesday. Foley and her two sons are taking care of 12 lambs that are 10 days old or younger and numerous other farm animals while her husband, Charles, is deployed to New York.

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    Charles Foley spends time with some of his animals on his farm in Poland on Tuesday.

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    U.S. Army Lt. Col. Charles Foley gets ready Tuesday to leave his home in Poland to go to Fort Devens, Massachusetts. He will join his unit as a general surgeon to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

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    Sheila Foley and her 16-year-old son, Andrew, tend to three lambs at the family farm in Poland on Tuesday. Foley and her two sons are taking care of 12 lambs that are 10 days old or younger and numerous other farm animals while her husband, Charles, a surgeon, is deployed with his U.S. Army Reserve unit to assist in stemming the spread of COVID-19.

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    Sheila Foley dropped her husband, Charles Foley, off at Fort Devens in Massachusetts in March 2020. He treated COVID-19 patients in New York City as part of a U.S. Army Reserve effort while she ran their Poland farm with their two boys.

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    Sheila Foley, right, and her sons, Sam and Andrew, walk out to tend the cows on the family farm in Poland in March 2020. They three were taking care of the farm while her husband, Charles, a surgeon, joined his U.S. Army Reserve unit to fight the COVID-19 pandemic in New York City.

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    Sheila Foley tends to two lambs at the family farm in Poland on Tuesday. Foley and her two sons are taking care of 12 lambs and numerous other farm animals while her husband, Charles, a surgeon, joins his U.S. Army Reserve unit in battling the COVID-19 pandemic.

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