And those hits ripple through to grocery stores, where there are still some limits on buying things like milk and eggs.
COVID-19 killed demand for many farm products. But with vaccine rollouts and consumers venturing out again, will that turn around?
States that rely heavily on the in-person service sector are still facing high unemployment, while farm states are seeing lower jobless rates.
The USMCA trade agreement has not relieved their concerns about Mexican imports. The situation is dire, a Georgia blueberry farmer says.
Chinese state-run media commentaries suggest that people in China can weather the trade tariffs for the sake of national pride.
Plans to negotiate with the European Union and aid plan fall short for farmers.
Minnesota is trying to limit runoff carried by the Mississippi River to the Gulf of Mexico.
Farmers want to see reform to the H-2A visas program, that allows foreign agricultural laborers to work legally in the U.S.
They'll need the USDA to roll back protections first. Critics say that will compromise worker safety.