NJ farmers worry about rising costs
Clip: 06/20/2022 | 3m 37s | Video has closed captioning.
Rising costs of fuel and fertilizer are creating financial worries for New Jersey farmers. They’re concerned about whether revenue from their crops will be enough to sustain profits. John Melick of Melick's Town Farm in Whitehouse Station is concerned about the future of this family-owned business. He says their costs have increased by at least 30% since last year.
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