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Couples seek local-food menus and on-farm weddings

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Robert Pollock started hosting weddings at his Buttermilk Falls Inn and Spa as a fluke. He bought a 1764 house on about 100 acres in the Hudson Valley, north of New York City, and one of the guys he hired to do work on the property needed a place for a wedding, so Pollock agreed. "Of course it poured rain but we got through it," he recalled. Pollock accidentally became part of a trend —...