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Soybeans in Louisiana Left Rotting in Fields

Farmers in the state ran out of room to store soybeans waiting to be sold

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Tariffs Hurt the Heartland released a new video featuring a Lousiana soybean farmer who was forced to leave his crop rotting in the field as a result of the trade war, reports AJOT.

According to the video, farmers in Louisiana ran out of room to store soybeans waiting to be sold to their grain elevators because of the effect of tariffs on export prices. As a result, farmers were forced to leave their beans rotting in the field.

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