AgAmerica is Inspired by the Resilience of the American Farmer

With many uncontrollable factors, like weather disturbances, the stakes are high for farmers.

Farmers are at the mercy of the weather—good or bad—and when natural disasters occur like hurricanes, floods, fires, earthquakes, and tornadoes, their operations become significantly impacted. In the last three years, at least 13 hurricanes have taken center stage, destroying communities and farmland across the country including: Hermine, Matthew, Harvey, Irma, Nate, Florence, Matthew, Michael, Chris, Leslie, Gert, Jose, Maria.Read More

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Farmers: Stay Safe in Bad Weather

Weather is one of the most unpredictable factors in life. Sometimes it’s frustrating but relatively minor— like rain or hotter-than-average weather on a harvesting day— but sometime conditions are far worse. Just like anyone else, farmers need to know how to stay safe in the event of a hurricane, tornado or other natural disaster. Here are some steps to take:

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