For decades, U.S. Department of Agriculture export promotion programs have helped American farmers create, expand and maintain access to foreign markets. However, funding has remained stagnant. Now, new legislation looks to double the funding and help build agricultural exports.
Throughout its history, this successful public/private partnership has cultivated hundreds of billions of dollars in exports and created millions of American jobs both in the agriculture sector and in support
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