Americans For Farmers & Families Discusses Need For NAFTA With Missouri Members Of Congress
(Washington, D.C.) – This week, Americans for Farmers and Families (AFF) spokesman Casey Guernsey, a seventh-generation farmer from Missouri, is visiting policymakers and thought leaders in Washington, D.C. to talk about the importance of trade for farmers and families across the country.
Following his meetings with two members of the Missouri delegation, Guernsey said:
“I had the honor of meeting with two Missouri farmers who have been true champions for rural Americans in Congress, Representatives Sam Graves and Vicky Hartzler. As two of only six farmers in Congress, they are working to make sure family farmers like me can sell our homegrown goods to customers in Mexico, Canada and other critical markets around the world – today and for generations to come.
“With 95 percent of the world’s consumers living outside of the U.S., it is vital for America’s farmers and families – and the growth of our economy – that we come to a resolution on responsible trade policies. I’m optimistic with leaders like Representatives Graves and Hartzler, Washington will be able to deliver.”
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