LITTLE ROCK - Farmers in Arkansas speak out against President Trump's reversal of door-opening trade policies with Cuba.
Fifth generation farmer Robby Bevis spends his Saturdays out on his farm in Scott, AR.
"I have a son that farms with me who will be 6th generation," said Bevis.
Bevis said it's already hard work earning a living from the fields, and after President Trump's decision to reverse travel and economic restrictions with Cuba, it may be an even bigger challenge.
"It's a shame that this has happened because the markets are down farmers are having a tough time right now they need every dollar we can," said Bevis.
Friday afternoon President Trump reversed restrictions with Cuba, once lifted by former President Obama.