Soy to the Rescue: How the industry is helping farmers during stressful times

May is National Mental Health Month, and to help farmers who may need a hand managing the stress of farm life, soy organizations have launched #SoyHelp program.

Minnesota soybean farmer, Bob Worth spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison to discuss this new campaign and its importance, why the program is so important to him personally, and where those in need can find resources.


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