“Just Overwhelming": first-hand look at how inflation is impacting an Arkansas producer

Ray Stone, like most farmers across the nation, is struggling with the skyrocketing prices of fertilizer, fuel and other inputs. He shares the emotional difficulties his family’s row crop farm in Lawrence County, Arkansas is currently facing.


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According to USDA experts, Brazil and Argentina’s large drop in corn production has more to do with the economics of corn markets than impacts from weather.
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