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Today’s signing of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) by President Trump increases hopes that 2020 will begin a stronger decade for America’s farmers and ranchers.
Sadly, one of the largest agricultural counties in Utah seems to be launching an all-out attack on animal agriculture.
As the discussion around how best to care for our environment rages on in DC and among 2020 presidential candidates, farmers and ranchers are taking more steps to improve soil health, reduce runoff and conserve energy.
Earlier draft versions of this bill raised significant questions and concerns that need to be addressed before we can fully support the bill
Guidance included in USDA’s interim final rule for hemp production provides clarity for hemp producers.
This agreement means sharply lower tariffs on our farm and ranch exports with the promise of more to come.
Under the agreement, Japan will place the same level of agricultural tariffs on U.S. goods as it places on CPTPP countries and the EU.
As rural road and bridge conditions decline, further funding is necessary to ensure rural populations can efficiently transport the farm and ranch goods we all rely on while supporting their families and maintaining their quality of life