Darci Vetter and Clayton Yeutter discussing international trade Craig Chandler | University of Nebraska Communications
(From left) Darci Vetter, chief agricultural negotiator for the Office of the United States Trade Representative; moderator Ronnie Green, Harlan Vice Chancellor of the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources at UNL; and Clayton Yeutter, former U.S. trade representative and U.S. secretary of agriculture, converse during a Heuermann Lecture Jan. 12, 2016 at Nebraska Innovation Campus.

Former ag secretary, NAFTA architect Yeutter dies

Clayton Yeutter served in three sub-cabinet posts and in three cabinet or cabinet-level posts: secretary of agriculture, U.S. trade representative and counselor to the president.

Former agriculture secretary Clayton Yeutter died March 4 at his home in Potomac, Md., after battling cancer for four years. He served four U.S. presidents in a career spanning several decades and remained an active voice in trade and agriculture.

Yeutter’s efforts in government and the private sector have had a lasting impact on the world economy. Previously, he acted as counselor to President George H.W. Bush for domestic policy, a cabinet-level post. From July 1985 until Janu

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