Farmers Need to Work Together During Chinese Embargo

WASHINGTON, DC (Ben Caxton) — State agricultural leaders are looking to help farmers after China announced a full stoppage of agricultural imports. `State agricultural leaders are looking to help farmers after China announced a full stoppage of agricultural imports. Wisconsin Soybean Association director Bob Karls says he and his colleagues are already hard at work in the halls of Congress. “Our legislators, our elected congresspersons and senators know the issues this causes us, they have talked to the administration,” Karls says they’re also keeping in contact with their farmers in Wisconsin and keeping an eye on them. He reminds farmers to check up on each other and find ways to help keep their stress down.

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