Nearly a full year after Hurricane Michael caused billions of dollars of damages to Georgia crops, local farmers today will be able to begin applying for aid.  The drawn out, often bitter process of procuring aid took roughly 8 months alone, but the Department of Agriculture, headed by former Gov. Sonny Perdue, is set to provide federal aid.  Georgia farmers experienced about $2.5 billion in agriculture losses, but with aid finally signed, sealed, and ready to be delivered, their ships are RISING…

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