AFBF’s Duvall Talks Trade on Fox Business Network

News / In The News July 9, 2018

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Fox Business Network interviewed AFBF President Zippy Duvall for a story about how the current trade situation is affecting agriculture. “We’re very concerned about what’s going on in the trade arena,” Duvall said. “This is high stakes,” he added, especially considering the current state of the farm economy. Duvall also pointed out that farmers want to make their money in the market. Farm Bureau’s message to the president is “we have to get this done in a timely manner,” he said, referring to finding solutions to trade issues harming agriculture.

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