The USDA is helping residents in Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, and Mississippi to recover.
Much of the western half of Iowa has been suffering severe drought conditions through July, and August won’t bring much relief, say meteorologists.
Very hot, sticky, and certainly uncomfortable is how forecasters are describing the next 10 days across the Corn Belt, making the soon-to-be pollinating corn crop noticeably stressed.
Dennis Todey, USDA Midwest Climate Hub director agrees, stating the tropical system has a chance of bringing some heavier rainfalls to the eastern part of the Corn Belt.
A full-time animal nutritionist and beginning farmer, Lillie is carrying on her family’s legacy through hard work, fight, and determination on her family’s third-generation farm.
Born on a dairy farm in Indiana, Riggs went on to study his passion of agriculture at Purdue University where he simultaneously found the Purdue Glee Club to continue his love of country music.