Agricultural groups said they’re ready to work with the new Administration and Congress on issues relevant to agriculture. A common thread amongst the groups – as is common in agriculture – is the desire to work together across party lines to create solutions.
The American people have spoken. Now, it is time for us all to set aside our differences, roll up our sleeves, and get to work,” said Wesley Spurlock, a farmer from Stratford, Texas, and president of the National Corn Growers
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