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Ohio Farmers Would Be Hit Hard By Retaliatory Tariffs
Net Farm Income Likely To Fall By 59 Percent, Hurting Ohio Farmers & Families

Ohio Farmers Rely On Foreign Markets, Making Them Vulnerable To Retaliatory Tariffs:

Each Year, Ohio Exports $50 Billion Of Products Worldwide, Including $3.9 Billion Of Agricultural Commodities. (Ben Brown & Ian Sheldon, “As Chinese Trade Tensions Build, Do Ohio Producers Need To Worry?” The Ohio State University, 5/15/18)

Canada, China And Mexico Are The Largest Markets For Ohio Ag Exports, And The Chinese Market In Particular Has Grown Significantly Since 2010. (Ben Brown & Ian Sheldon, “As Chinese Trade Tensions Build, Do Ohio Producers Need To Worry?” The Ohio State University, 5/15/18)

Retaliatory Tariffs Would Cost Ohio An Estimated $241 Million. (Ben Brown & Ian Sheldon, “As Chinese Trade Tensions Build, Do Ohio Producers Need To Worry?” The Ohio State University, 5/15/18)

Retaliatory Tariffs Could Drop The Average Ohio Farm’s Net Income From $63,577 To $26,107, A 59 Percent Decrease. (Ben Brown & Ian Sheldon, “As Chinese Trade Tensions Build, Do Ohio Producers Need To Worry?” The Ohio State University, 5/15/18)

Retaliatory Tariffs Could Decrease The Average Ohio Farm’s Net Worth By Six Percent. (Ben Brown & Ian Sheldon, “As Chinese Trade Tensions Build, Do Ohio Producers Need To Worry?” The Ohio State University, 5/15/18)

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