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GREENVILLE — Becky Johnk, featured in a Times Union article two years ago about the Johnk family farm she runs with her husband, Alex, has been diagnosed with chordoma, a rare type of cancer that only affects one in a million people every year in the United States.
Johnk runs the farm, on Route 81 about 2 miles outside the hamlet of Greenville. It is home to 40 head of cattle and 50 pigs raised for meat and 30 dwarf goats for pets and show animals. The couple, who have a 4-year-old daughter named Rainy, operate a farm stand that sells their beef and pork products as well as local produce including eggs and maple syrup.