U.S. Farmers Struggle as Banks Cut Credit

A different kind of disruption is going on in U.S. agriculture right now. Almost 40 percent of American farmers don’t own their own land — they rent. A lot of them have also taken on too much debt, and are now struggling as prices have fallen for a lot of different crops. Bloomberg News’ Alan Bjerga reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

Spring Wheat Leading Charge in Agriculture Rebalancing
29:19 - Bloomberg Intelligence's Mike McGlone discusses the surge in wheat prices with Bloomberg's Joe Weisenthal on Bloomberg's "What'd You Miss?" (Source: Bloomberg)
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