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Get your prayers going for Michigan farmers to get rid of rainy weather and soggy fields

Michigan farmers are dangerously behind in planting their crops this years, according to this article in the Detroit News.  Many may reach the point of no-return in waiting for their fields to dry and just take a pass on this year.

What does this mean for consumers?  Higher prices in spades.  Corn will continue to skyrocket as will other crops.

An answer:  Put farmers and their fields on your daily prayer lists.  They and we need it.