Special thanks to Michigan State University Extension for these helpful tips as we all manage through challenging times.

There are many factors in agriculture that farmers have no control over. Beyond the uncertainty of the weather, destructive crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic and short-term incidents such as machinery breaking down or accidents can and do occur. One powerful factor that we always have the opportunity to control, however, is our mindset.

Sarah Klinefelter is a loan officer with AgChoice Farm Credit. AgChoice Farm Credit specializes in providing farm and country property loans and financial services to help our customers confidently reach their dreams. To learn more about AgChoice call 717-792-2641 or visit AgChoice.com.

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