Climate change has arrived in American agriculture, and it could cause profits to drop 30% over the next 30 to 50 years.
According to a Purdue University survey, they're feeling more positive than they have since the pandemic began.
As water becomes increasingly scarce, buying futures contracts may help businesses reliant on water keep prices down.
Iowa corn and soybean farmer April Hemmes says that for many farmers, "it's like they lost their job and their house all in one day."
"Every year throws a new challenge at us," says Patrick Smith of Loftus Ranches, who is 10 days in to his harvest
One Minnesota program offers free mental health care through the state agriculture department.
American farmers were struggling because of the U.S.-China trade war long before the coronavirus pandemic hit.
Workers can stay distanced in the fields, but they work in close quarters in areas where the harvest is processed.