Dewayne Goldmon of the Agriculture Department sees the aid as narrowing the economic gap between farmers of color and white farmers.
For some, insurance money is coming in, but according to one farmer, "it never makes you whole."
“They are on the front lines of the food production industry in this country," said Patrick Smith, who runs Loftus Ranches.
The state is limiting natural gas to human resource use, like heating homes.
Demand for garlic is up during the COVID pandemic as more people cook at home.
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."