The Drought’s Impact on Farmers Out West

Viewpoints / Farmside Chat July 4, 2022

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Fourth-generation cotton and alfalfa grower Nancy Caywood of Arizona chats with Farm Bureau President Zippy Duvall about the impact of the drought out west, her farm’s conservation story and her ag literacy efforts.

We're in the San Carlos Irrigation District and our dam has no water.

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