Mother Nature Doesn’t Make It Easy: Conditions update on North Dakota and Minnesota

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Producers across the Plains and Midwest continue coping with winter storms, which are affecting ag operations, forcing road closures, and making travel difficult for rural areas.

North Dakota Farm Bureau President, Daryl Lease spoke with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander about the current conditions in his region, the potential impact to agriculture, and any suggestions for farmers to take during these conditions.

Minnesota Farm Bureau President, Dan Glessing also spoke with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander about current conditions, how this could impact agriculture, and what steps producers should take.

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