KERNERSVILLE, N.C. -- With the coldest temperatures the Piedmont has seen in years coming our way, Triad farms may face some dilemmas.
Zane Sells, owner of Gold Leaf Training in Kernersville told WFMY News 2 the majority of his crops aren't in season, but his main concern with the weather is his animals. The farm has a couple horses and Sells says it is difficult to get them to eat and drink when the temperatures drop.
Depending on how long the low temperatures stick around, he said the weather may put a dent in the upcoming strawberry season.
WFMY News 2