Schrute Farms, a major exporter of fresh dairy, corn, wheat and soybeans, is in the midst of a crisis.
The company is under pressure to raise prices, as farmers have lost their ability to sell their crop to wholesalers.
The crisis could make it harder for farmers to raise their own crop.
Schrutes latest farm bill, the Agricultural Trade Protection Act, is expected to pass Congress this month.
A farm bill is not expected to receive the 60 votes needed to pass the House.
This story was originally published by Bloomberg Businessweek.
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