Through bad weather and good, America’s farmers will #FarmON. April snows always lead us toward the warmth of summer and the promise of better harvests ahead.
Clinton GriffithsAgDay Anchor, Executive Producer
Indiana farmer survives 12 days of fever, pneumonia, and dehydration due to COVID-19 and he warns others that the fragile and frail aren't the only people at risk.
For the first time in years, the pews will be empty on Good Friday at The Old Rugged Cross Church in Pokagon, Michigan because of COVID-19. The building's connection to agriculture is now preserved for history.
This week we'll be taking a look at some of the weather, water and climate-related issues facing farmers as spring planting is set to begin. Today we start with the spring forecast and what to expect as planters roll.
2020 started with a positive outlook for the agricultural industry, but COVID-19 has derailed optimism and the plans agriculture expected to pursue earlier in the year.