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NGFA chairman John Heck NGFA
John Heck, senior vice president of Scoular in Omaha, Neb., serves at the chairman for the National Grain and Feed Assn.

Grain industry hopes to preserve good in NAFTA

NGFA encouraged by Trump Administration’s understanding of importance of grain trade to Mexico and Canada.

The National Grain & Feed Assn. (NGFA) will "fight tooth-and-nail to preserve the many positive features of the North American Free Trade Agreement" (NAFTA) for U.S. agriculture while also offering the Trump Administration ideas on how to modernize the 23-year-old trade accord in its effort to modernize and update the deal, according to NGFA chairman John Heck, senior vice president of Scoular in Omaha, Neb.

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