As the summer comes to an end, it’s time for farmers around Minnesota to harvest their crop. But after a tough drought, farmers aren’t seeing much life in their livelihood.
In order to reduce the chances of spreading COVID-19 at the Minnesota State Fair, the 4-H program is making big adjustments, especially for those who normally stay overnight at the fairgrounds.
The dry weather is having an impact on Minnesota lakes, rivers and especially streams. But what does it mean long-term?
The USDA is approving emergency haying and grazing on lands in the Conservation Reserve Program in 79 Minnesota counties for cattle farmers impacted by the drought.
Due to the drought impacting their crops, some Minnesota farmers are choosing to begin their harvest earlier this year.
The USDA will be offering disaster relief to Minnesota farmers impacted by this year's drought, according to state lawmakers.