Sen. Marshall alarmed by increasing ag trade deficit

A U.S. Senator from Kansas says agricultural trade is moving in the wrong direction for American farmers and ranchers. “Unfortunately, this White House has not made negotiating trade agreements a priority,” Republican Roger Marshall said. He tells Brownfield he’s concerned about the widening ag trade deficit. The U.S. ag trade deficit increased to $32 billion […]

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