Thomas Burrell, a soybean grower for more than 50 years, is among a group of a few black farmers in Mississippi suing Iowa-based Stine Seed Co., for allegedly selling them “inferior” soybean seeds, which they claim is part of a wider conspiracy to take land from black farmers, according to NBC News.

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