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Missouri Farm Bureau President Reacts To Trump's Aid Package For U.S. Farmers

NPR Thursday, 23 May 2019
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Blake Hurst, president of the Missouri Farm Bureau, about how the Trump administration's aid package could affect U.S. farmers.
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News video: Trump administration announces $16 Billion farm aid plan to offset trade war losses

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According to Reuters, the Trump administration on Thursday unveiled a $16 billion farm aid package to offset losses from a 10-month trade war with China. The administration added that payment rates to farmers would be determined by where they farm rather than what crops they grow. The package, the...

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