Cab Conversations: What does #Plant22 look like in the Bayou State?

It has certainly been a unique planting season for farmers across the U.S.

From high input costs, drought or even too much precipitation, getting a crop in the ground has looked different for farmers.

Tammi Arender takes us to Pioneer, Louisiana to catch up on conditions in the Bayou State.

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