Sec of ag Sonny Perdue testifies before House Agriculture Committee USDA photo by Preston Keres
U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Sonny Perdue testifies in front of the House Committee on Agriculture in Washington, D.C., May 17, 2017, to share his perspective on the economic outlook in rural America along with his vision for USDA and the role it will play in ensuring that our country continues to enjoy the safest, most abundant, and most affordable food supply in the world.

Perdue focuses on trade, labor and FMD

During House Agriculture Committee hearing, Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue discusses how he hopes to run USDA.

Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue sees trade, labor and regulations as jobs one, two and three in his new post, he told the House Agriculture Committee on Wednesday in his first appearance on the House side to discuss his priorities during a more than three-hour-long hearing.

Fielding several questions on trade and his newly created undersecretary for trade position, Perdue said it is a noble endeavor to feed the world and again stated his new U.S. Department of Agriculture mantra

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