David Johnson poses in front of a Johnny Appleseed mural at his family's Apple Hills Farm on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013, in Chenango, N.Y. Johnson, who has a 30-acre pick-your-own apple farm on his mostly wooded 400 acres in Binghamton, said gas drilling money would allow him to replace some worn-out equipment like the tractor that he has to start with a screwdriver.(AP Photo/Mike Groll)

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David Johnson poses in front of a Johnny Appleseed mural at his family's Apple Hills Farm on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013, in Chenango, N.Y.  Johnson, who has a 30-acre pick-your-own apple farm on his mostly wooded 400 acres in Binghamton, said gas drilling money would allow him to replace some worn-out equipment like the tractor that he has to start with a screwdriver.(AP Photo/Mike Groll)
David Johnson poses in front of a Johnny Appleseed mural at his family's Apple Hills Farm on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013, in Chenango, N.Y. Johnson, who has a 30-acre pick-your-own apple farm on his mostly wooded 400 acres in Binghamton, said gas drilling money would allow him to replace some worn-out equipment like the tractor that he has to start with a screwdriver.(AP Photo/Mike Groll)
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