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New program helps Utah farmers with disabilities


August 9, 2019

LOGAN, Utah (AP) — Agriculture can be as much a lifestyle as it is an occupation. Farmers often don't retire — they just keep on working. That's not always easy, though, as back problems, knee problems and any number of other disabilities can get in the way.

AgrAbility of Utah, a partnership between the Utah State University Cooperative Extension and nonprofit Allies with Families funded through the USDA, is here to help with exactly that issue.

Randall Bagley joined AgrAbility of Utah as its program coordinator in March. His office is on the USU campus, and while he says he's still lea...

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