Farmers in Ohio and many other parts of the country are rushing to get their crops planted after a long, wet spring. The late start means many acres intended for corn won’t get planted, and farmers are running far behind on soy beans as well. WOSU's Nick Evans visited a few farms throughout Central Ohio to see how farmers are trying to get back on track. The last time I visited Bret Davis’ farm in Delaware County, I was asking him about a program helping farmers bit by the trade war. It was...
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