Perdue Hears Concerns Over Trade Disputes
Ag Secretary visited Colorado on Tuesday
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue received an earful during stops in Colorado Tuesday, and not of Olathe sweet corn says The Denver Post.
Members of the Colorado Ag Council voiced their worries over burgeoning trade disputes that have depressed commodity prices and cost them sales, chronic labor shortages and unfilled vacancies at USDA offices in counties around the state.
Perdue, speaking at the Colorado Department of Agriculture, emphasized he was there to listen and carry concerns back to President Donald Trump and his administration.
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