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The Trump Administration’s agricultural assistance package is welcome relief to an economic sector that has been battered by foreign competitors and retaliatory tariffs.
The stories of military heroism, of sacrifice, and of patriotism remind us what is best in ourselves, and they teach our children what is best in America.
What impact are retaliatory tariffs from China having on Utah agriculture?
The bill provides $3 billion for farm disaster assistance administered through USDA’s Wildfires and Hurricanes Indemnity Program, which will help farmers hurt by natural disasters in 2018 and 2019 with expenses related to losses of crops (including on-farm stored commodities), trees, bushes, vines, milk and harvested adulterated wine grapes.
There is no challenge too great for America’s tough, resilient farmers and ranchers. We are meeting this challenge head-on, and together we will overcome it.
The experience aspect of the ‘Creamery’ store aims to connect with consumers in a new way
Nowhere is reform more critical than in the agricultural sector
The increase in these particular tariffs was delayed twice since the investigation determination was published in the Federal Register on Sept. 21, 2018.
Participants will be entered to receive one of five $100 gift cards after the survey closes on June 21.
More than just creating a meeting point that would become a tourist destination and historical footnote, the location of the ‘Golden Spike’ as it would become known has had prolonged impact on Utah.