Florida sees major losses from Hurricane Ian to corn, beans, and veggies

We are getting a better picture of just how devastating Hurricane Ian will be to agriculture.

A video was posted to Twitter by the Palm Peach County Commissioner. She reports major losses to corn, beans, and vegetables.
The Farm Bureau says that the storm sliced through Florida’s citrus and cattle regions with trees knocking down fences.

Right now, ranchers are not really able to account for cattle because the water is still high.

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