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Farmers spared from brunt of the public health emergency

Current Centers for Disease Control guidelines suggest that restrictions on public gatherings will have run their course by early May. That’s excellent news for farmers, according to Rich Olson, from Olson Family Farms, because that is the time of year when seeds generally are put into the ground.

 


Olson expects some extra work to be needed in the fields this spring to repair the damage done by a wet harvest in 2019. With luck and good weather, planting will begin on time.

 

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