PULASKI (WLUK) -- Since word of the steel and aluminum tariffs first surfaced, speculation has been widespread on what industries will be affected. Farmers are among those fearing consequences from the new taxes.
“Steel is in our everyday life around here from our farm machinery to our repairs on parts and things,” said Adam Kuczer, a Pulaski farmer.
As if steel wasn't already abundant on his Pulaski farm property, Kuczer has been ordering plenty more in the last year. He had 11 structures suffer damage last June when a tornado touched down.