US farmers sound alarm on single-most catastrophic thing headed for corn crops
A regulatory move within Mexico’s agricultural sector has U.S. farmers concerned it will "corn-er" their corn crop production.
"Most farmers, my generation and younger, have never even used conventional corn. We're not set up to do it. We don't have the equipment to do it," Hinkel Farms' Elizabeth Hinkel told FOX Business’ Madison Alworth on "Mornings with Maria" on Tuesday. "So it would be a huge investment if we had to go back to growing conventional. And on top of that, our yields would be decreased."