Arkansas Farms (Anchor script I wrote for KNWA)

May 18, 2016

AROUND ARKANSAS,

            MOTHER NATURE'S WRATH WEDNESDAY IS CAUSING QUITE A HEADACHE

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          FOR CENTRAL ARKANSAS FARMS  AND CREATING MAJOR SETBACKS DURING A CRUCIAL TIME.

 

        FIELDS LOOK MORE LIKE LAKES, AND FARMERS SAY NOW IS WHEN THEY SHOULD BE PLANTING THINGS LIKE CORN AND RICE -- BUT THAT HAS COME TO A HALT.

           

          MATT SCHAEFER SAYS CORN SEED IS AROUND 150 DOLLARS AN ACRE, AND HE HAS AROUND 800 ACRES OF THE CROP.

           

BUT THE RAIN DAMAGE IS SLOWLY SOAKING UP HIS PROFIT.

 

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