Farmers are breaking the stigma around mental health

In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, we have been hearing from producers who are working to break the stigma around mental health in agriculture and help those dealing with stress on the farm.

RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison spoke with Matt Hulsizer, a farmer in Illinois, about how things are going on his operation, a touching family farm story that began with the tragic loss of his father and how he and his brother in law have partnered together to create a new farm.

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