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Trade Works: U.S. Agriculture Expresses Desire For Trade Not Aid
Farmers “Feel The Pain” As Tariffs “Are Biting In Farm Country”


(Source: Farm Policy)

“Chinese Tariffs Muck Up Markets For U.S. Pig Parts And Hog Farmers,” USA Today, 8/2/18

“Kidney Beans Piled To The Rafters: Tariffs Are Biting In Farm Country,” The Wall Street Journal, 8/2/18

“A Farmer On Trump’s Trade War: I Can’t ‘Take It,’” The New York Times, 8/2/18

“America’s Trade War Is Starting To Hit Consumers,” The Economist, 8/2/18

“Tariffs, Rising Interest Rates Threaten U.S. Farmland Prices,” Newsweek, 8/2/18

“Agriculture Tariffs Sowing Discontent,” The Daily Reflector, 8/2/18

“New Farm Bill Offers Limited Help In Case Of Prolonged Trade War,” Agri-Pulse, 8/1/18

“Ga. Pecan Growers Brace For Lower Profits With Chinese Tariffs,” WABE, 8/1/18

“Farm Bureau: Farmers Want Trade Restored Instead Of Aid Package,” The Hill, 7/31/18

“37% Of Farmers Are ‘Not At All’ Confident In Tariff Aid Package,” AgWeb, 7/31/18

“Farmers Still Uncertain, Despite Trump-EU Trade Deal,” FOX Business, 7/28/18

“Donald Trump Agrees To Cease Fire In The Trade War With The EU,” The Economist, 7/28/18

“American Farmers Are Still Worried About Trump’s Trade War,” The Atlantic, 7/28/18

“Soybean Farmers Anxious, Even With $12 Billion In Aid, And EU Promises,” CBS News, 7/26/18

“Tariff-Stung Illinois Farmers Feel Pain But Keep The Faith: ‘It Is Hurting Us,’” Chicago Sun-Times, 7/29/18

“Soybean Farmers Are Surviving Trump’s Trade War – Even Without His $12 Billion Aid Package,” The Washington Post, 7/30/18

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