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Wed April 9, 2014
Fruit farmers all over Michigan are getting an idea of what winter has done to orchards
With winter finally behind us, hopefully fruit farmers all over Michigan are getting an idea of what the snow, ice and cold has done to orchards, vineyards and fields.
Knowing that the early spring warm-up of 2012 was devastating to most of Michigan's fruit-growers, we wondered if the rough winter has them just as worried now as they were two years ago.
Ken Nye of the Michigan Farm Bureau joined us.
Listen to the full interview above.