Now is the time for U.S. agriculture to stand up for trade
Inattention, indifference and inaction are no longer options for those in agriculture with regard to our nation’s foreign policy.
Just as producers must watch daily their weather, crop conditions and commodity prices, so too must they track policy developments around the world that will make or break the markets for the bountiful crops they are so efficient at producing.
Free trade has remained a key, philosophical driver for U.S. feed grains for decades, benefiting corn, barley and sorghum growers — ...
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