A.J. Burns: Family Farm

By A.J. Burns

The 2019 crops in Northeast Louisiana are almost made. The soybeans and corn are being harvested, while the rice and cotton crops are nearly ready. I can’t remember a time in recent history when there was so much uncertainty about the markets for these commodities. The trade war with China continues to have a negative influence on the farmers’ ability to sell their crops profitably.

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