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FSA pursuing drought disaster declaration

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By Jonna Spelbring Priester

For three straight months, portions of Henry County have had 21 days without rain, including a 12-day stretch at the end of May.

The county’s farmers are acutely aware of the lack of rain, and last week, Dennis Campbell with the USDA Farm Service Agency drafted a letter requesting the county receive a disaster declaration.

Exactly what that means for farmers is up in the air, as the U.S. congress left for its summer break without addressing the nation’s farm bill, a package that would make available some disaster programs.


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