Farmers confident in weather shifts

Farmers confident in weather shifts

A change in the weather is amping up planting activity for some Michigan specialty crop farmers.

Sixth-generation farmer Travis Fusilier tells Brownfield he’s thankful sporadic temperature changes the past few weeks haven’t caused crop damage.

“We’ll be planting pretty heavily with more sensitive crops like summer squashes and tomatoes and peppers, we have confidence the weather has finally broke,” he shares.

The family started a home delivery service just before the pandemic servicing metro Detroit and the surrounding area.