Agricultural interests are hopeful that things will change for the better under A Donald Trump administration, but much uncertainty remains as the President Elect completes selection of key positions and as newly elected congressmen prepare to take office in January.
Mexico rejected a new U.S. proposal for modifying the 2014 sugar trade deal between the two nations. The latest proposal would increase minimum prices for refined Mexican sugar and adjust quality requirements, which would essentially push Mexican exporters out of the U.S. market, says Juan Cortina, the head of Mexico’s[…]Read More »
Ninety ag groups, including nine dairy organizations, sent a letter to President Trump last week calling for a new program to provide legal, documented workers to work in agriculture and related industries. Read moreRead More »