Everybody wins when world unites in sport and trade

Grain industry group says ag trade needs level playing field.

Footage of the Olympics was hard to come by prior to 1960, when U.S. viewers were treated to only 20 hours of coverage over the two-week period. In comparison, viewers during the 2016 Summer Olympics had access to 6,750 hours of coverage – plus countless Olympics-themed commercials.

Evolutions like these are a testament to technology and the fact that the world is becoming more and more interconnected. This can be seen just as vividly in America’s farm fields, according to the U.S.

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