Arkansas Farm Bureau on MS River: Yet another challenge for agriculture

Ongoing drought is causing the lowest levels in the Mississippi River in a decade.

We have been reporting on how drought in Mississippi has caused water levels to sink to incredibly low levels, which in turn has caused issues for farmers and agriculture exporters.

Arkansas Farm Bureau President, Rich Hillman spoke with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander on the current situation, what impact it is having on agriculture exporters, and what he sees as the long-term effects on the ag industry.

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