Search and Rescue Mode: How small diverse farms were impacted by the floods in Kentucky

Recovery efforts are underway for those impacted by the floods in Eastern Kentucky.

Kentucky Farm Bureau Area Program Director, Julia Rollins joined RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander to discuss the impact on agriculture, how the heatwave is affecting farmers and rural residents, and how others can help out during this time of need.

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