Secretary of Ag Mike Johanns talks with Bill Northey and Robb Fraley at FPS 2006 Jacqui Fatka
Secretary of Agriculture Mike Johanns (right) visits with Iowa farmer and now Iowa ag secretary Bill Northey (left) and Monsanto chief technology office Robb Fraley (middle) at the Farm Progress Show in 2006.

Johanns talks tax credits, trade and more

Former agriculture secretary Mike Johanns discusses his latest role encouraging producers to take advantage of underutilized R&D tax credit, trade and current ag cycle.

Love for agriculture was always at the heart of how Mike Johanns, former secretary of agriculture and Nebraska senator, served farmers. He continues to stay plugged into the goings-on of agriculture and remains an advocate for ways to help producers succeed.

Johanns served as agriculture secretary from 2005 to 2007 under the George W. Bush Administration. During his tenure, Johanns opened or expanded access to 40 international markets and was responsible for multiple agricultural brea

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