Indiana farmer talks about tariff impact

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Indiana farmer talks about tariff impact

An Indiana farmer was one of several business leaders speaking against adding another layer of tariffs against Chinese goods.  Brent Bible from the Lafayette area joined a Tariffs Hurt the Heartland conference Thursday, saying tariffs have already hurt markets and commodity prices. “We have seen somewhere around a 10% price reduction in corn and 20% to 25% now price reduction in the price of soybeans from about a year ago.”

Bible told reporters the impact of lost markets and lower commodity prices has him and other farmers operating at a loss.

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