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U.S. Wheat: Patience Running Out

Leaders concerned about impacts of U.S. tariffs

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U.S. Wheat Associates Chairman Mike Miller, a Ritzville, WA, farmer, says the wheat industry is vulnerable to retaliation from overseas buyers, reports the Captial Press.

U.S. Wheat Associates leaders say they are concerned about the impacts of U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum, which would hit “some of our closest allies and trading partners.”

“The patience is starting to run out in the ag world,” Miller told the Capital Press.

“We’re so vulnerable in regards to retaliation,” Miller says. “We don’t have a single gun in the fight. You can’t say, ‘No, you can’t retaliate against wheat or pork or whatever.’”

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