September 25, 2023

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Now that you’ve–hopefully–enjoyed a thankful Thanksgiving in spite of a break the holiday food budget 20% inflation rate according  to the American Farm Bureau, here is some advance warning for those who will celebrate Christmas next month:  it will cost much more for even such basics as Christmas trees–the real ones that come from the land not a factory in China. 

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Riverview Christmas Tree Farm owner Todd Gannon of Canton, South Dakota, joined “Fox & Friends First” this week to discuss how his business has been impacted ahead of the holidays.


“Diesel fuel is more than double, fertilizer is more than double — even the smallest of things are up 20-30%,” he said. 


The South Dakota, business owner said one of the issues he’s experiencing is the diesel price increase. He said fueling just one tractor can cost him several hundred dollars.