Whether or not NAFTA gets reworked or stays the same, it’s evident that any trade agreement involving two of our three largest trading partners—Mexico and Canada—is critically important to the near and distant future of the U.S. dairy industry.
U.S. in dairy dispute with Canada; needs to also keep its eye on Mexico, nation’s No. 1 dairy importer. Read moreRead More »
The United States is the newest member of the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture, a ground-breaking instrument that works to strengthen global food security by promoting the conservation, sharing, and sustainable use of agricultural plant genetic resources. Read moreRead More »