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Ghosts of the USDA

I’m wondering when the WoePost will stop haunting readers with stories of the US Dept. of Agriculture’s brutal forced migration from Washington to the primitive hellscape of Kansas City. This week it’s low moans from former researcher Andrew Crane–Droesch who tries to convince us moving his department was a loss to research that rivaled the burning of the library in ...

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Brownsville Port of Entry CBP Agriculture Specialists Intercept Rare First in Nation Pest in Corn

BROWNSVILLE, Texas – Agriculture Specialists with U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Office of Field Operations (OFO) at the Los Indios International Bridge import cargo lot intercepted a rare “First in Nation” pest in a shipment of corn. “The work performed by CBP agriculture specialists at our Ports of Entry is a key element in safeguarding the agriculture of the nation ...

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Trump Touts Huge Trade Victory For American Farmers In Deal With China

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  by Ryan Pickrell President Donald Trump tweeted Monday morning that a trade deal with China is likely to greatly benefit American farmers, targets in a heated trade war that appears to be cooling. “China has agreed to buy massive amounts of ADDITIONAL Farm/Agricultural Products,” Trump tweeted, adding that the trade deal in the works “would be one of the best ...

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White House: Trump’s Success Opening International Markets To U.S. Agriculture

WHAT: President Trump has successfully promoted U.S. agriculture and food trade around the world, breaking down barriers to U.S. agricultural exports. Today, President Trump is announcing that the Administration has finalized technical requirements to allow the export of U.S. pork to Argentina for the first time since 1992. This announcement concludes a process started by the President in April 2017 ...

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White House Has ‘Peculiar’ Justification for Illegal Immigration

Someone in the White House is channeling John C. Calhoun. Stephen Dinan, of the Washington Times, writes the White House has issued a report that claims, “…the strength and continuity of rural America is contingent on common–sense immigration reform.” In other words, the availability of your boutique tomatoes depends on amnesty for illegals. The Obama Administration believes rural America, much ...

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USDA hosting first ever US-China Agricultural Symposium

The first ever US-China Agricultural Symposium took place today. The Symposium where government and industry leaders from the US and China will meet to tackle export issues, to allow US Beef to be exported into the Asia Pacific region. China became the number one market for US agricultural goods in 2011. China purchasing over $20 billion in US agricultural exports. ...

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EU to Cut 75% of Food for the Poor Programs in 2012

In an odd twist of fate we see just what happens when European Big Government Socialism runs into reality as the EU announced that starting Jan 1, 2012 they will be cutting 75% of the funding that feeds 18 million of it’s poorest citizens. The Food for the Deprived program dates back to 1987 when it relied heavily on heavy ...

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