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Published on Nov 11, 2009
Not far from Monterey off Interstate 40 is a small, rural community known simply as Muddy Pond. Established forty-five years ago by Mennonite farmers, its long been a quiet stop on the road for folks with a bit of time to seek handmade goods and enjoy a glimpse of a more strenuous yet straightforward way of life. The Guenther family has been making sorghum for decades now, cutting cane at harvest time and cooking the sweet juice down using both traditional and modern methods. In laboring side by side, the fathers, mothers, brothers, sons and daughters of the extended Guenther family have found more than one sweet side to the business of making dark, delicious sorghum.