Roger D. Winemiller, left, and his son, Roger T. Winemiller, on their farm in Blanchester, Ohio, Feb. 22, 2017. After two of Roger D. Winemiller’s children died of heroin overdoses, he worries about what could happen to his family’s farming business if he turns over his share of the farm to his remaining son, who could relapse -- or worse -- down the line.
Roger D. Winemiller, left, and his son, Roger T. Winemiller, on their farm in Blanchester, Ohio, Feb. 22, 2017. After two of Roger D. Winemiller’s children died of heroin overdoses, he worries about what could happen to his family’s farming business if he turns over his share of the farm to his remaining son, who could relapse -- or worse -- down the line. TY WRIGHT NYT
Roger D. Winemiller, left, and his son, Roger T. Winemiller, on their farm in Blanchester, Ohio, Feb. 22, 2017. After two of Roger D. Winemiller’s children died of heroin overdoses, he worries about what could happen to his family’s farming business if he turns over his share of the farm to his remaining son, who could relapse -- or worse -- down the line. TY WRIGHT NYT

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March 12, 2017 5:22 PM

He wanted to leave the farm to his kids, but two OD’d and he doesn’t trust third not to

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