North Dakota's Agriculture Commissioner said the state's farming and ranching community has felt their fair share of challenges over the last six years.
Goehring said in a normal cycle, the market would likely start turning around. But he said that isn't happening now – because the market is still fraught with challenges.
"There's a trade war with China," Goehring said. "We're still dealing with high tariffs across the entire world, from many countries."