Pick of the crop: Enos King selects cucumbers from his stand while sons Roy, 8, and Raymond, 11, look on. The farmers traveled from Wayne County to take part in Wednesday's farmers market at the Hancock County 4-H Fairgrounds. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)
GREENFIELD — For most farmers, there’s nothing to do but wait and see the outcome of this year’s crops, undoubtedly damaged by record-setting heat and drought.
But some small producers still have a fighting chance to save their crops, and the spoils of victory are on display at the farmers market at the Hancock County Fairgrounds every Wednesday and Saturday morning.
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