An African-American family has established a farming dynasty in Alabama. The trade war is just the latest challenge.
The farm was started in the 1870s by George Bridgeforth, Greg’s great-grandfather, who had been born into slavery. The family has survived droughts, tornadoes and the bool weevil during the century and a half that successive generations have been farming.
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My family has 480 acres of land. I’m one of the many heirs. We need help with gaining and developing our portion of the land. Can you guys help?