Alabama farmer hopes to produce a good crop amid extreme heat this growing season

Extreme heat is taking a toll all across the United States, leaving many farmers working to protect their livestock.

Mike Dee of Dee River Ranch in Aliceville, Alabama spoke with RFD-TV’s Janet Adkison about the heat’s impact on his operation, high fuel costs and what he expects moving forward this growing season and into next year.


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