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Curious if the way that farmers and agriculture have been growing vegetables and wheat and fruit growing will be impacted by lesser demands due to things being shut down indefinitely. Since the food/restaurant industry and school shutdowns, does that mean that farmers will have to grow less of potatoes and have to raise smaller number of cows and pigs because the demand from the usual sources that they did business with is now dried up or severely reduced. Will prices go up drastically?

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