JBS is the world's largest meat supplier, and they were hit recently with a cyberattack, causing the company to shut down their beef plants. While JBS is getting production back to normal, could this just be the beginning of attacks on essential supplies like food? And can and will that trickle down to the smaller farmers in the United States? Ty Higgins is with the Ohio Farm Bureau, and he joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to talk about this attack on JBS and how it affected the supply chain. He believes a lot of farmers will not be ready to handle a cyber attack if it happens to them, and they need to prepare just in case. Higgins also praised Ohio's farmers for keeping production going throughout the pandemic.