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FEELING THE SQUEEZE – USDA projects net farm income will decline by $9.8 billion (13 percent) this year, compared to 2017, to the lowest level since 2009. And, while lower commodity prices are a key factor in the projections, another driver of the sobering economic outlook involves rising input costs and debt levels. (

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