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Ag expects benefits from new administration

Agricultural interests are hopeful that things will change for the better under A Donald Trump administration, but much uncertainty remains as the President Elect completes selection of key positions and as newly elected congressmen prepare to take office in January.

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7 Insights: Wiesemeyer’s Wisdom on Washington

Jim Wiesemeyer, well-known economist and Washington Policy Analyst for Pro Farmer, is always interesting and informed on what’s happening in Washington, D.C. as it relates to agriculture. Wiesemeyer has spoken at several pork meetings I’ve attended this year, and also spoke this week at the Farm Journal Editorial Summit in[…]

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