Too Much Rain May Equal More Farm Accidents

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A recent sharp rise in Kentucky farm accidents might have been caused by heavy rains that left farmers well behind in field work. Accidents in the late spring included three fatalities.

The rains have been so frequent that farmers are working feverishly to put up hay, transplant tobacco, mow pastures, and do other chores, according to Agriculture Commissioner Billy Ray

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