Trade & Small Refinery Waivers are the Talk at the Farm Progress Show

03:45PM Aug 29, 2019
Trade tension
“I think we're more I think we're down the homestretch [on China],” Randy Russell of the Russell Group told AgriTalk host Chip Flory. “I think if I likened it to running a one-mile race, we're in the last lap, and probably very frankly, headed into the final curve.”
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Both USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue and the President of the American Farm Bureau Federation, Zippy Duvall, attended this week's Farm Progress Show in Decatur, IL.

AgDay's Clinton Griffiths talked with Duvall about the trade challenges that still lie ahead for the agriculture industry.

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue also got an earful from farmers on those small refinery waivers recently approved by the EPA.  Watch their responses in the video.

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