Ukrainian native takes us to the battle grounds to discuss how the war has impacted local farmers

The agriculture sector continues dealing with supply chain challenges resulting from the war in Ukraine.

While we have heard about the ripple effects for farmers here in the U.S., we now want to take a moment to focus on the impact to producers in Ukraine.

Roman Grynyshyn with the World to Rebuild Rural Ukraine, who is from Ukraine himself, spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison about how the war has affected farmers in the region, how the non profit organization is helping, how farmers and businesses in the U.S. can help and about his own personal experience when the war broke out.


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