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No state planted more hemp than Montana in 2018. But what looked like a lifeline as trade wars killed crop prices turned into a nightmare. Farmers and an economist explain high risk new markets.

Some Farmers Who Bet On Hemp Early Have Gotten Stung

By Kevin Trevellyan NPR
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