Due the supply chain headaches, farmers are dealing with shortages of certain crop protection products, fertilizer and farm machinery parts. Farmer and crop consultant Curt Burns, who is based at Stewart, Minnesota, discusses the anxiety faced by growers this spring. When making a visit to his farm clients, Burns says the conversation nearly always turns to the angst and nervousness in production agriculture today. “You talk about this in the shop or the kitchen table and it is more like being a counselor than an agronomy person.” TransFARMation is made possible through a partnership of the Red River Farm Network, Linder Farm Network and Minnesota Department of Agriculture. Funding for this episode is provided by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture. Listen to the podcast.