RICHMOND – Soybean farmers in Ray County could not get a break last year, with the drought baking fields, followed this year by flooding and President Trump’s trade war with China.

Farmers managed to get by and the drought this year is over, but last year’s challenges have been replaced by new ones.

Tariffs and caterpillars-read more in the July 9 Richmond News

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