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Brazil has agreed to implement its annual duty-free allotment of wheat imports which bodes well for U.S. wheat export prospects to that market. (Rod Bain and Under Secretary for Trade and Foreign Agricultural Affairs Ted McKinney)
With rapidly growing imports of foreign food and agricultural products, the people at U.S. ports of entry who inspect those imports for pests and diseases have a lot more work to do than in the past. (Gary Crawford, Bret Erickson and Kurt Reichert)
A former Agriculture Secretary sees the potential of increased U.S. dairy export opportunities in Japan once a trade agreement begins operating between the two nations. (Rod Bain and President and former Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack)
A 2017 Census of Agriculture survey is generating data about trends in farm irrigation and water management, as well as generating interest among stakeholders. (Rod Bain and John Farner of the Irrigation Association)