OKLAHOMA CITY — Following the U.S. House’s approval of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, Oklahoma Farm Bureau President Rodd Moesel released the following statement:
“Oklahoma Farm Bureau members are optimistic after today’s passage of the United States-Mexico-Canada agreement, and we thank all five Oklahoma House members for their active support of the agreement.
“We now look to the Senate for swift approval in January as Oklahoma farmers and ranchers await a trade agreement that will help them receive fair prices for the commodities and products they grow and raise. Amidst very difficult times in the agricultural community from depressed commodity prices, ever-increasing production costs and natural disasters, today’s approval of the historic trade deal by the House helps bring our state’s farmers and ranchers a bit of peace of mind along with expanded international markets.”
–Oklahoma Farm Bureau
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