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INSIDE WASHINGTON: Ag struggles in Trump’s new world

Agricultural groups working hard to try to stay on top of ongoing developments affecting industry.

Newly sworn-in President Donald Trump finally named his secretary of agriculture the day before his inauguration, but as seen this week, several mixed messages have been sent, and the agriculture industry doesn’t have solid line on someone straight to Trump’s ear.

Trump’s nominee for agriculture secretary, Sonny Perdue, continues to get high marks from those in agriculture, but Trump’s long delay in officially naming Perdue means a nomination hearing may not oc

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