As clean-up efforts continue in the aftermath of the train derailment in East Palestine, some farmers are concerned about the long-term impacts on agriculture.
John Grafton has a small cow-calf operation, poultry, and honeybees within 25 miles of the accident.
“Farmers are talking about how it’s impacting their sales of livestock and sales of crop,” he says. “There are also some produce growers in that area. What is this going to do to those producers down the road?
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