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Farmers worry John Deere strike could impact profits, food supply

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With 10,000 John Deere employees on strike, farmers fear it can impact their ability to plant and harvest their crops. NBC News' Phil McCausland reports on the biggest issues farmers are now facing when it comes to tools and equipment they need.