Kentucky Ag Commissioner and Kentucky Farm Bureau on Deadly Floods: “Different kind of disaster” and “help is needed”

Severe flooding raging through rural areas of Eastern Kentucky has resulted in the death of at least 35 residents, and a flood watch remains in effect through today.

Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture, Ryan Quarles spoke with RFD-TV’s Janet Adkison about current conditions, recovery efforts that are in place, the impact on the farm sector, and how people can help.

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The state’s Farm Bureau is leading recovery efforts. Kentucky Farm Bureau’s Julia Rollins spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison about what they are seeing as the biggest need, how the Bureau is helping its members, and how we can help.

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