Fourth-generation farmer Chris Wyatt was struggling to work his family land. That is, until last November when he got a big boost from readers of The Federalist.
Talking about that Thanksgiving tragedy 19 years ago, Chris Wyatt weeps openly. Today, he’s carrying on his granddad’s legacy as an African-American small farmer who owns his land.
A journalist chronicles the experiences of one Nebraska farmer and his daughter, as they seek to keep their six-generation family farm alive.
Sonny Perdue was raised on a farm in the deep south, rose to power in Georgia politics, and is no stranger to powerful agribusinesses.
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