Michigan strawberries thrived through fruit freeze

COMSTOCK PART, Mich. -- While Michigan farmers continue to assess the frost damage to their crops, at least one fruit crop thrived through the fruit freeze.

At Krupp Farms in Michigan, the strawberries are ripe for picking.

Some farms in Michigan lost 95% of their harvest.

The strawberries are going quick because customers know the the frost took out a lot of crops.

The strawberries survived because they were low to the ground, allowing farmers to cover them up.

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