ANNAPOLIS, Md. - You're making plans to keep your family safe during Hurricane Sandy, but what about your livestock?
Here are some tips from the Maryland Department of Agriculture to make sure your farm stays safe:
In Maryland 15 percent of corn and 70 percent of soybeans haven't been harvested yet according to the Maryland Department of Agriculture (MDA).
Farmers are responsible to notify their crop insurance agent within 72 hours of discovering damage and should to continue to care for their crops as normal. They must also get permission from their insurance company before destroying any crops.
Get more safety tips from MEMA here: http://mema.maryland.gov/Pages/homeEmergency_hurricane.aspx .
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