Ag community cautioned to beware of fentanyl flooding rural areas
When I first stepped into my role as an agriculture reporter earlier this year, I was especially excited to learn much more about the ag industry — from cover crops and floating tractors to the latest in drones and asparagus or Christmas tree farming.
Little did I know that I’d be given the opportunity to take my reporting in a different way, warning rural residents and farmers about an increasing danger they’re facing in the form of fake pills and the deadly narcotic, fentanyl.
I’ve had the opportunity to visit with Justin King, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Omaha Division special agent in charge, who wants rural...
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