Wed. Nov 20th, 2019

Trade Tensions with China are Affecting Farmers in the Midwest | Subverse News

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Trade Tensions with China are Affecting Farmers in the Midwest
Soybeans are the second most valuable crop to farmers in the United States, and as the world’s largest purchaser of soybeans. After Trump said the US will put an additional tariff on products coming from China, they announced they would no longer buy any agricultural products from the US.

Stay tuned for the second installment of this report covering the flooding of farms in the Midwest.

Reporting by Sean Jackson

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