Alec Ciesluk came from Poland with no money in his pockets. His wife made $1 a week as a maid for an American family while Alec was employed by nearby farmers. In 1920, the couple had enough capital to buy 12 acres of land in Deerfield, MA, and there, Ciesluk Farm was born. On the 12 acres, Alec grew tobacco and built a barn for the family\'s two horses. Now Ciesluk Farm boasts 120 acres of sweet corn and several smaller crops of vegetables. Sweet corn is the family\'s main attraction.
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