Censky, McKinney promise to be strong trade advocates

Senate Agriculture Committee holds USDA undersecretary nomination hearing for Steve Censky and Ted McKinney.

Expanding markets for U.S. agriculture remains a top goal of both U.S. Department of Agriculture deputy secretary nominee Steve Censky and trade undersecretary Ted McKinney.

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue and his team have hit the ground running at USDA, and on Tuesday, the Senate Agriculture Committee held its first hearing on some of the nominees selected to serve as his undersecretaries.

Censky promised to be a “fierce advocate for U.S. export interests” and

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