Alabama farmers recovering from Hurricane Sally

While producers in the west cope with wildfires, farmers down south work to recover from Hurricane Sally.

The Alabama Farmers Foundation established a relief fund to help those whose operations were damaged by the storm.

ALFF’s Brian Hardin speaks with RFD-TV’s own Tammi Arender on what damage farmers are seeing and their hurricane relief fund.

“We had an impact of more than 100 thousand acres of our cotton in the state, impacted by Sally. A lot of the damage that we’re seeing was from the plants being twisted and the lodging of the plants, those plants actually bent over,” he said. “So, we’re going to hope some of those plants recover but we won’t know for sometime, but really the biggest impact that we have seen since the storm... we’ve had unseasonably cool weather and a lot of rain so that has made the problems worst.”

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