Farmers relieved by rail deal but are paying more from inflation, Farm Bureau president says

The tentative agreement between railway companies and its workers is welcome news to farmers who depend on trains to transport their goods. But it’s not the only issue in America threatening farmers. Mark McHargue, president of the Nebraska Farm Bureau, joined CBS News to discuss the impact inflation has had on farms across the country.

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