Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue continued his busy first month in office at the U.S. Department of Agriculture, meeting with farmers during visits in South Dakota and Nebraska over the weekend that provided opportunities for him to hear firsthand what farmers' needs are in the current economy.
On Saturday, Perdue traveled to Cherry County, Neb., at Sen. Deb Fischer’s (R., Neb.) Sunny Slope Ranch south of Valentine, where Fischer and Perdue led a roundtable discussion with app
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