Virginia Farm Bureau helps farmers battle mental health struggles

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and the Virginia Farm Bureau understands that the agricultural industry is not an easy one.

They take us now to the Old Dominion for a look into stress on the farm and what can be done for those feeling the pressure.

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