Tuesday, June 19, 2012 at 3:24 PM
A lack of rain in Northern Ohio has farmers worried about their crops. Ohio Public Radio’s Bill Cohen speaks with one worried farmer about the dilemma.
A lack of rain in Northern Ohio has farmers worried about their crops. The Northwest corner of the state is the heart of Ohio’s farm country, and the region is desperate for several inches of rain.
Ryan McClure farms land in Paulding County. He was out in one of the fields when he talked by cellphone about his dilemma with Ohio Public Radio’s Bill Cohen.
McClure worries that a continued lack of rain is hurting his crops. There may not be much relief in sight. Some meteorologists are predicting that precipitation in July and August will continue to be below normal in much of Ohio.
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