DeWine Wants Disaster Proclamation

Ohio governor, Mike DeWine sends a letter to Agriculture Secretary, Sonny Perdue, requesting a USDA Secretarial disaster designation for Ohio, amid heavy rainfall impacting farmers in the state. DeWine notes the rain through the spring planting season has been devastating to Ohio farmers, with flooding and saturated fields preventing them from planting crops. Only 50 percent of Ohio’s corn crop and 32 percent of Ohio’s soybean crop have been planted, as of last week.

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