US-China trade war: US agriculture faces challenges

President of American Farm Bureau Federation described trade war as 'body blow' to thousands of farmers.

    Farmers in the United States are facing their biggest challenge in decades as the trade war between the US and China continues.

    Unions say prices are falling and demand for goods from China has dropped.

    Al Jazeera's Andy Gallacher reports from the US state of Iowa where the dispute has already cost the state an estimated $2bn.


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