The trees and grass in the Midwest continue to maintain their bright shades of green. But, before long, the leaves will begin to turn brown and make their way to the ground. Any seasoned Midwesterner knows this as a signal of the approaching harvest season.
Harvest brings about many stressors for farmers. Rain delays, machinery malfunctions, and a yearning for on-farm help are just a few of the many thoughts on the forefront of a row-crop farmer’s brain. To better understand our concerns in hopes of harnessing the power to manage them, AgriTalk host Chip Flory sat down with Ted Matthews from farmcounseling.org.
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