As part of President Barack Obama's historic trip to Cuba to further normalize relations, advance commercial and people-to-people ties and express U.S. support for human rights for all Cubans, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced several measures that will foster further collaboration between the agriculture sectors of the U.S. and Cuba. The two neighboring countries share common climate and agriculture-related concerns, and the measures announced March 21 in Havana, Cuba, will mut
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