U.S. Farmer Income Drops Most Since 2016 as Trade War Losses Mount
A farmer operates a Deere & Co. John Deere 9560 combine harvester during a soft red winter (SRW) wheat harvest in the village of Kirkland in Dekalb, Illinois, U.S. (Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg)

U.S. Farmer Income Drops Most Since 2016 as Trade War Losses Mount

(Bloomberg) -- Personal income for farmers fell by the most in three years in the first quarter, as losses to U.S. agriculture mount from President Donald Trump’s trade wars.
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