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How inflation and "wild weather" are affecting one family farm
Anne Schwagerl, co-owns and operates Prairie Point Farm in Minnesota, where she's experimenting with new crops.
The Corn Belt is facing smaller yields, but higher prices are keeping this farmer's hopes up
Drought has made the last few years tough for farmers like Keith Alverson of Chester, South Dakota. But higher corn prices are keeping him optimistic.
Farmers in the Midwest are behind on planting. That could mean lower yields come harvest.
Iowa corn and soybean farmer April Hemmes is "at least two and a half weeks" behind due to wet weather.
Late potato planting could affect french fry supply
Availability of french fries depends on the weather in Washington, Oregon and Idaho this spring.
Farmers eyeing trade tariff threats as crop insurance trims considered by House committee
The House Agriculture Committee considers the Farm Bill today. The bill includes funding for crop insurance, the federal program that protects farmers from swings in crop yields, and prices. If insurance is cut back, that could be a problem should China makes good on its latest tariff threats. Click the audio player above to hear […]