U.S. agriculture producers may be one of the most productive in the world, but it does them little good if they don't have markets for those products. In the age of public and private partnerships, many agricultural groups are praising the introduction of a bill in the Senate to increase funding for programs that help promote and expand U.S. agricultural exports.
On Tuesday, the Cultivating Revitalization by Expanding American Agricultural Trade & Exports (CREAATE) Act was introdu
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