Farmers Can Apply for USDA Funding to Offset Tariffs, But How Much Will it Help?

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ANKENY, Iowa — The USDA is now allowing farmers to apply for bailout funds after their bottom line has been impacted by the ongoing U.S./China trade war. The government plans to give soybean farmers like Tim Bardole 82 cents per bushel now, and another 82 cents down the road if a trade agreement isn’t hammered out. The max a farmer can possibly get in aid is $125,000. Even with the injection of cash, Bardole says it’s not enough. “I don’t think […]
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Farmers Can Apply for USDA Funding to Offset Tariffs, But How Much Will it Help?

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