'A Dying Species': One generational Black farmer weighs in as part of under one percent
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Across the United States, Black farmers represent only 1.4% of farmers nationwide, and in Missouri, the numbers are even lower — just 1% of the state’s 160,000 farmers. Lorenzo Hall ’19, a sixth-generation cattle farmer, is part of that 1%, and he hopes that programs such as Lincoln University of Missouri’s $4.5 million farms and hemp initiative will inspire interest in agriculture for the next generation. Click here to read more and view the story shared on KHQA.com.