Indiana Farmers Need Industrial Hemp or Legal Marijuana to Prosper

Indiana farmers continue to take it on the chin. Some of the latest data from the U.S Department of Agriculture shows the prices of the state’s two primary cash crops – corn and soybeans – have fallen into the proverbial crapper due to imbalanced supply and demand. Protectors of the all-important but often disrespected farming way of life — namely the Indiana Farm Bureau — attribute this drop to President Trump’s recent tariff actions on…

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Author: Mike Adams, Forbes