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Over the recent years, the agriculture community has been voicing the same concerns: markets for our products; health care — both medical and mental health; transportation; internet accessibility; the well-being of our rural communities; and the increased aging of those engaged in farming. No one seems to be disputing these issues and farm organizations across the line agree these are real concerns. So why does agriculture continue its downward slide?

In spite of the news coming out of Washington, D.C., commodity markets and local grain elevators, agriculture is not going to the dogs. Or is it?

If you think writing a farm bill makes for strange bedfellows, just look at who’s allied against President Donald J. Trump’s up-and-down trade talks with China.

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