Agriculture Fights to Recover After Hurricane Harvey

November 24, 2017 02:21 PM
 
 

Hurricane Harvey dumped apocalyptic amounts of rain on the gulf coast of the Lone Star State in 2017. The rain fell  as cotton farmers were preparing to harvest what many called the crop of a lifetime.

Cattle ranchers worked for days to move animals to higher ground. Since the storm, homes have had to be rebuilt, communities have come together and farmers and ranchers are trying to recover.

Hear the heroic stories from Harvey on 
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