As Five-Year Farm Bill Comes Up For Renewal, CT Farmers Say Current Crop Insurance Offers Little Help

Tobacco plants in South Windsor after flood water receded. on July 14, 2023 (Credit: Connecticut Department of Agriculture)


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Over the last two years, drought, frost and now flooding have hit Connecticut farms, and as weather-related disasters become more common, the farmers are pushing Congress to fix a crop insurance prog...

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