When Keytesville farmer Ronald McNeall started farming in 1966, the price of soybeans was about $3 per bushel.
“We were thrilled when they got over $10 a bushel,” McNeall said. “We thought we were entering a new world.”
Missouri farmers fear they are about to enter a bleak world: China’s mere threat of a 25 percent tariff on beans has already driven down soybean prices.
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