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Army Worms

Linda Wertheimer talks with Ralph Sayer, a dairy and livestock farmer from Canton, Maine, about the army of caterpillars that's invaded his farm, and much of the state. Army worms, as they are known, infest grass and crops. Sayer says they've dramatically reduced the amount of hay he's been able to bale.

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