Leaders from the Southeast are well placed to sway big influence over agriculture’s future during a time in which the nation is working out where and how it wants to be positioned and regarded in the world.
Southeast U.S. growers want to build a wall against cheap Mexican produce imports. Read moreRead More »
Like others in Congress, Rep. James Comer would have a week at home on recess to reconnect with his voters. Typically, a recess is a time for town halls. But this time, most members were not holding any. Comer’s plan was different — to hold four over the next three[…]Read More »