Farm Family Stays Diverse By Staying True to Southern Staple Crops

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Farmer grows tobacco in the South. ( Betsy Jibben )

One farm family in the Southeast is making sure its operation stays resilient. They’re doing that by staying true to their southern staple crops. The farm is staying true to 'its roots' as it overcomes challenges by Hurricane Florence. 

 

Betsy Jibben has this next “Farming on the Horizon” segment from Newton Grove, North Carolina. She interviews Bartley Warren and Brandon Warren, both farmers in the town.

 

 

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