Water Issues Major Problem for Colorado Corn Farmers

May 3, 2009 07:00 PM

Charles Johnson, Farm Journal National Editor
"Every bit of water that flows through Colorado flows out,” says Byron Weathers, Colorado Corn Growers Association president. "We don't have any water that flows in. We have to come up with it from either snow packs or rainfall.”
Weathers says water issues cause corn farmers in his state many problems.
Listen as he describes this and other challenges and opportunities corn farmers are facing:

You can e-mail Charles Johnson at cjohnson@farmjournal.com.

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