Old 09-14-2021, 07:18 AM
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cashs_mom
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Originally Posted by Onebyone View Post
Farmers here have had good crops. It is the distribution that is the problem not the climate. Local news interviewed some of the biggest farmers in the area, said they had a bumper crop but trying to get it from farm to table is the problem.
That's exactly what I'm hearing here. We have some small stores that sell local produce which is a boon right now. The farmers deliver themselves and so are still able to do so. Things are still more expensive because of the gas costs but at least it's available.
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