Are Ohio Farmers Worried About Tariffs?

The United States and China have both threatened to impose tariffs on one other's goods, potentially triggering a trade war. Caught in the middle are Ohio soybean farmers who depend on foreign orders to for their livelihood and are already facing thin profit margins. ideastream's Mark Urycki visited with farmers to talk about trade, tariffs and the business of agriculture.

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