Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue sat before the Senate appropriations subcommittee on agriculture Tuesday morning to defend how he plans to "right-size" the U.S. Department of Agriculture budget and to offer his counsel to Congress in authorizing funds as well as writing the next farm bill.
President Donald Trump’s proposed 21% cut to USDA’s budget was not directed by Perdue, and he told senators on the subcommittee that he would trust their wisdom to make the right d
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