Farm owner calls on community to come together after crisis ends
For some farmers, like Norm Carlson from Carlson Farms in Lawton, business came to a screeching halt five weeks ago.
“When the executive order came down to close restaurants, it was devastating,” he said in an article on MLive.
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“I’m worried about people,” he said. “I’m worried about the businesses that we are in business with with … This is going to be quite difficult for some of them to even survive.”
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