Despite A Bumpy Ride, Farmers Hoping For Smooth Finish

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By Mike Ruzzi







EDINBORO, Pa. (Erie News Now) – The view from the top, shows promising looking crops, but that image is deceiving.

The wet spring and dry summer, has hurt the Blueberry crop at Hulings Farm in Edinboro.







Rick Hall has run a successful farming business for 30 years, but 2022 has been a challenging year.

He told Erie News Now, “Any farmer will tell you, farming is not for the weak, we’ve had some great years, but this year has been frustrating.”













There is still time and Hall is hoping three inches of rain last weekend, will make a big difference.

His farm offers not only Blueberries, but fresh fruit and vegetables.

It’s located at 5095 Old State Rod in Edinboro.

And don’t forget to pick up some of their famous honey.

 

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