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From left to right: Jordan Reed (left and his wife Mia (center) pose for a photo with their children Breanna (left), 5 years,  Addison, 8, and Owen (right), 10 pose in a neighborís potato field in Pasco, Washington on May 1, 2020. Reed, a relatively new farmer had received contracts from processors. He then borrowed $1.7 million to plant 465 acres of Ranger russet potatoes. Since the coronavirus outbreak and the lack of demand for french fries, processors terminated his contracts and he faces the prospect of losing the farm. (photo by Karen Ducey)

From left to right: Jordan Reed (left and his wife Mia (center) pose for a photo with their children Breanna (left), 5 years, Addison, 8, and Owen (right), 10 pose in a neighborís potato field in Pasco, Washington on May 1, 2020. Reed, a relatively new farmer had received contracts from processors. He then borrowed $1.7 million to plant 465 acres of Ranger russet potatoes. Since the coronavirus outbreak and the lack of demand for french fries, processors terminated his contracts and he faces the prospect of losing the farm. (photo by Karen Ducey)