Expert offers risk management tools to deal with MS River hurdles

Low levels along the Mississippi River continue to affect barge traffic, backing up grain and affecting prices for farmers.
As the situation prolongs, many are now looking for risk management tactics.

Extension economist with the University of Arkansas, Hunter Biram spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison on what he has been hearing from farmers, risk management tools producers can use, and what to expect moving forward.

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