On a recent Thursday, a group of farmers from Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska hosted a remote agriculture happy hour. There were a few dozen attendees, and nearly everyone was wearing a cowboy hat. In total, they farm more than 30,000 acres of cropland, most of it planted in soy, corn, or cotton destined for the … Continue reading Most Farmers in the Great Plains Don’t Grow Fruits and Vegetables. The Pandemic is Changing That.
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