عضو "الشبكة المزارع" العالمية بام جونسون من ولاية آيوا أجرى مؤخرا في "إذاعة صوت أمريكا" (كونا) talking about how crucial trade is for American farmers. Last week we shared the interview من “US Farmers Counting on Passage of US-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement.This week is another interview “حرب تجارية بذر بذور الشك في الولايات المتحدة المزارعين” published May 15.

حرب تجارية بذر بذور الشك في الولايات المتحدة المزارعين

من فاراباوغ كين – صوت أمريكا
أيار/مايو 15, 2019

إجراءات نموذجية للحياة في مزرعة أسرة تحمل عبئا أثقل هذه الأيام بام جونسون.

"أول شيء أقوم به جعل وعاء للقهوة,” she told VOA in an interview in one of the cavernous sheds that contain her green and yellow John Deere farming equipment. Once she has that coffee, she “(goes) to the computer and look at what grain prices have done overnight and usually do a gut clutch, because they’ve been going down. They’re at five-month lows.”

Driven there in part by retaliatory tariffs imposed by one of the largest importers of U.S. soybeans – China.

Johnson and her husband are proud sixth-generation farmers but say they are dealing with some of the harshest economic conditions of their lives.

“We’re all tightening our belts,” she says

Read the full article at: https://www.voanews.com/usa/trade-war-sowing-seeds-doubt-us-farmers

مشاهدة الفيديو في: https://www.voanews.com/episode/trade-war-sowing-seeds-doubt-us-farmers