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In pictures: Harvesting cranberries ahead of the frost

Photographer John Lehmann pays a visit to Richmond's Maybog Farm as workers scramble to harvest cranberries

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Mexican migrant workers make their way out of the cranberry field after a long day. This year’s cranberry harvest was delayed by several weeks because of the warm weather in September, and farmers are now in a rush to beat the winter frost.

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A worker readies a float boom used to harvest cranberries.

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Farm workers use “beaters” to knock the cranberries off the bush.

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A worker sorts cranberries at the Maybog Farm.

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