The nationwide drought isn’t what killed Michigan’s fruit tree crops this year, but it has hurt Michigan farmers. Still, Michigan as a whole hasn’t fared as badly as other Midwestern states because the farther north one goes, the more rainfall has occurred. It’s the farmers in south central Michigan who have been hurt the worst […]
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