Feed & Grain Global Connection: Ag Must Answer Call To Defend Trade

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By Tom Sleight, USGC President and CEO

Inattention, indifference and inaction are no longer options for those in agriculture with regard to our nation’s foreign policy. Just as producers must watch daily their weather, crop conditions and commodity prices, so too must they track policy developments around the world that will make or break the markets for the bountiful crops they are so efficient at producing.

USGC Outlines Importance Of Trade Policy In Audio Series

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When trade policy works, the world wins. But how does trade policy happen?

In a new, four-part audio series, the U.S. Grains Council (USGC) tackles this question as well as explaining why trade policy matters to U.S. agriculture, how trade negotiations work and why developing and expanding markets for U.S. coarse grains and co-products would not be possible without strong trade policy. 

Hot Topics: Cuban Embargo Will Hurt Grain Trade Despite Continued Engagement

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Recent moves to again harden the U.S. trade embargo against Cuba will block near-term sales of U.S. feed grains as well as stymie long-term market development. Despite these factors, the U.S. Grains Council (USGC) plans to continue its long-time work in Cuba, driven by members’ core belief that trade is critical for improving U.S.-Cuba relations and the welfare of the Cuban people. 

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