Through The Eyes of a Farmer: Let’s meet the Minick brothers

The Georgia Peanut Commission has released a video series called Through the Eyes of a Farmer, with the goal to share the stories of peanut producers in the state.

Today, we meet the Minicks who grow wheat, corn, cotton, and peanuts.

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