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The plight of the farmer as price support programs end

As I See It

Nathan Johnson’s ancestors homesteaded a plot of land in Minnesota, near the Canadian border, in 1887 and began farming wheat. Each succeeding generation has followed that path and farmed wheat and raised their families there. Things have changed now and Nathan has left the farm and is looking for work in town.

Why? The answer is not attributable to El Ni


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