After two years of negotiating, debate, and threats of destruction, the renegotiated NAFTA deal has a clear path to a congressional ratification with the Democrats and the U.S. President agreeing to the required changes. For agriculture, the USMCA — new NAFTA or CUSMA, whatever you want to call it — has always been about stability, and farmers and ranchers across Canada, Mexico, and the U.S. should find a sense of relief once this deal is finalized and ratified. The USMCA has also been about protecting turf, so to speak. With the integration of value chains across crops and livestock in…
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