Conflict in the Middle East may mean bad news for North Dakota farmers
The recent conflict in the Middle East not only has driven up gas prices but may cause commodity prices to drop which could mean bad news for farmers.
As of Friday the average in the state for regular gasoline was $3.47 and Diesel was $3.82, according to Gasbuddy.com.
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