Farmers Hurt by Wet Weather

In the American heartland, stormy, wet weather has impeded farmers' abilities to get their crops in the ground. Many are planting fewer acres and some aren't planting at all this year due to wet soil brought on by the wettest Spring on record. Decisions have to be made about what to do under the circumstances, taking into account crop insurance, federal disaster aid, and other federal programs designed to assist farmers hurt by tariffs. For more on this story, click here.

June 24, 2019 - 8:38am
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