first_imgTariffs are back in the media spotlight—which means soybean growers are, as well. Soy leaders at the state and national levels have fielded scores of interviews this week regarding the U.S.-China trade war, its impact on them, and why our China trade relationship is so critical. Here’s a partial round-up of soy farmers in the news:Trump says U.S. farmers will ‘do better’ from tariffs The Latest: Trump threatens more action in China trade fight Republicans Balk at More Tariffs as Trump Mulls More Farm Aid American Soybean Farmer Discusses How The Trade War With China Is Affecting Him Trump wants a 2020 fight over tariffs. That will test the patience of his baseFarmers get impatient with Trump’s trade war: ‘This can’t go on’ For American Farmers, China’s Soy Tariffs Are Least Of Their Worries Farmer: Payment from Trump administration was a ‘band-aid’ ‘No End in Sight’ for Farmers Feeling Pain of Trump’s Trade War Trade war: Trump says US-China relations remain ‘very strong’ Trump says farmers will be some of the ‘biggest beneficiaries’ of the trade war as he floats billions in ag aid Soybean farmer discusses impact of China trade talks US farmers who sell to China feel pain of Beijing’s tariffs Donald Trump’s plan to buy US$15 billion of crops for humanitarian aid does not thrill farmers Literal Cost of the Trade War Ag sector needs China trade resolution Escalating trade war causing anxiety in America’s heartland U. S. farmers yearn for normal trade with China — soybean association chief U.S. soy growers call for talks, not tariffs Midwest farmers feel pain of trade war with China Who gets hurt by China’s new tariffs on American goods? Farmers and chemical makerslast_img

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