Connecticut farmers adapt to climate change

New Haven Register: April showers usually bring May flowers, but this year, the flowers came early. Strange weather across the state and country has many farmers adapting to a severely changing climate. In Madison, a family of farmers pulls out a vegetable stand to the side of the road daily. Though Cole Farms had corn spouting up to two weeks early, they've managed to navigate the weather with some success. "Everything is ahead of schedule this year,' said Dan Cole, co-owner. "We've adapted to it by planting......

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