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[EATYALL Podcast #007] Tommy Dollar from Dollar Farm Products

Tommy Dollar owns and operates an ag focused business in Bainbridge, Georgia. He shared the deep financial repercussions from Hurricane Michael’s devastating blow to Southwest Georgia. He highlights some of the different impacts to various farming sectors, including pecan, peanuts and timber.

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This episode was hosted and produced by Andy Chapman, founder and Chief Culinary Officer at Eat Y’all.

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