Tobacco Farmers Hit Hard by Trade Dispute with China
The U.S. trade war with China is hitting agriculture right in the bottom line. The negative effect on corn soybeans, livestock, and many other commodities has been well-documented. However, tobacco farmers in the southeast U.S. are being hit exceptionally hard by the trade war and have no safety net to fall back on. Mike Davis has more with J. Thomas Bunn of the United Tobacco Cooperative in Raleigh, N.C.