Coronavirus (COVID-19) has already caused significant disruptions to global travel, business, and people's consumption habits. But what does this mean for the U.S. agricultural sector, and especially farmers in Texas?
With a lot of stress around the world about the outbreak, is there any reason that those in the agriculture business should worry?
First, let’s cover some basic information about the virus and then we can explore how it may affect US agriculture in the coming months.
Information About Coronavirus:
Where did the Coronavirus Start?
The Coronavirus outbreak started in the Hubei province of China.
According to the Center for Disease Control, it started in a live animal market in Wuhan City and then mutated so that it passes…