Friday, April 24, 2020

Kansas Farmers Confront Coronavirus Impacting Commodity Prices

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Not a Kansas farmer problem, but an American farmer problem

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) - They've been social distancing their entire lives, and out in the fields across Kansas, there's a serious concern for the future of their livelihoods. Some Kansas farmers said the problem is not new at all, but rather it's been happening for years.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

WTF after 3 years why didn't Trump fix this yet? Is it still Obama's fault?

Anonymous said...

Rural areas have been suffering for years.

Then Trump came in with big promises, but made it worse. His tariffs cut off markets, not just for agriculture but manufacturers. His Ag secretary insults farmers as whiners. Now his ignoring Coronavirus spread has collapsed demand in the domestic markets and farmers are plowing crops under and dumping milk.

Trump is the worst president the farmers have ever had to endure.