MERIDIAN — Stacy Boston thinks a key reason he got the job at The Feed Mill in Meridian in 1975 was that he didn’t change jobs frequently. That’s an understatement. Boston, now manager of the mill, will have been with the company 44 years when he retires Aug. 28, according to a press release.

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