It’s great to see farm groups take a public position. Their members want to hear from them, and increasingly, so does the public, especially when these groups are represented by real farmers.Even better yet is when a farm group’s concerns mesh with the public’s understanding of the status quo – such as border crossing into the USA.Exports continue to be held out as a key to economic recovery. The USA is by far our biggest trading partner, and the agri-food sector believes there’s potential for more trade yet.But there’s only one way to get these across the border, and at…
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