Life on the farm continues

Just as in wartime and other political upheaval, devastating plagues, polio outbreaks, SARS, and smallpox, all through this worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, farms and farmers continue to carry on their job as in normal times.
Crops must be planted and harvested on time and animals must be cared for 24/7 to produce everything that we eat and expect to be on the shelves when we want it. Just as in other times of world upheaval, there have been . . .

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