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Tariff Uncertainty & Retaliation Threatens Agriculture Livelihoods
Farm Income Could Be Lowest Since 2006, As Free Trade Hangs In Balance

(Source: Bloomberg, USA Today, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
“Small Business Owner Fears U.S. China Trade War Will Destroy Her Company,” NPR, 5/18/18

“Don’t Mess With Success (AKA Florida’s Global Trade Sector),” Business Observer, 5/18/18

“China Buys Record Amount Of Russian Soy As It Shuns U.S. Growth,” Bloomberg, 5/17/18

“Trump Tariff To Cost U.S. Families A Minimum Of $500 A Year: AAFA,” Fox Business, 5/17/18

“Farm Income Could Be Lowest In 12 Years, Falls By More Than Half,” USA Today, 5/17/18

“Agriculture Is A Common Bargaining Chip In Trade Negotiations,” Successful Farming, 5/16/18

“Iowa Agriculture Leaders Urge End To China Trade Dispute,” KCRG, 5/15/18

“Farm Income Plummets Nationally As Wisconsin Farmers Face Wet Fields,” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 5/15/18

“Farmers Say Trade More Important Than New Farm Bill,” AgWeek, 5/14/18

“Trade War Or Not, Threatened Soybean Tariffs Having An Impact,” Forbes, 5/13/18

“Disarray Plagues U.S. Companies’ Efforts To Win Tariff Exemptions,” The New York Times, 5/13/18

“Trump Tariffs Threaten State’s Exports,” WisContext, 5/13/18

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