AgriTalk: Talking Trade Today! Biodiesel, Pork, and Poultry!

AgriTalk April 10 2018
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AgriTalk Host Chip Flory works on his trade chops today.  He talks with  Kurt Kovarik of the National Biodiesel Board about an anti-dumping investigation involving Argentina and Indonesia, and also talks about the RFS. Next he is on with Jim Monroe of the National Pork Producers Council to talk about what’s going on with new tariffs from China and a big trade win from last week with South Korea. He also takes some time to check on the winged side of agriculture with Kevin Stiles of the Iowa Poultry Association. They discuss the agencies efforts to make sure poultry producers are ready for any issues that may arise.

 

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