Farmers Cannot Ship Crops, New Crops Coming

Supplies are available, demand is high, but the means of transportation and delivery are far behind schedule. This is leading to another issue altogether: with a new season on the way and a warehouse full of produce ready to be distributed from last season, farmers are not sure how they will store their fall crops, or if their produce from the current season will survive long enough to make it to their final destination. Exports are struggling to make themselves more attractive to shipping companies who seem to be focused on taking advantage of the historically high-paying incentives set by Asian imports. NPR released an article detailing the struggles currently faced by farmers around the country regarding supply and demand.

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