Farmers brace for another drought year

Outlet: Northern Colorado Business Report

February 8, 2013

WELLINGTON – Troy Seaworth faces the disheartening prospect of planting fewer crops this year and leaving entire fields fallow, all thanks to a drought now in its second year. The Larimer County farmer expects to receive about half the amount of water that Seaworth Farms uses after snow in the high country melts away. He will have to rely on crop insurance to cover his costs, and he certainly won’t make a profit.