Michigan Farm Bureau is helping speciality crop growers dealing with trade issues

Trade issues continue to be a problem for producers across the U.S. and specialty crop growers are feeling that pressure. The Michigan Farm Bureau is working to help them, though.

State President Carl Bednarski joined RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander to discuss import dumping, why efforts to stop it have not gone anywhere, and why some frustrated producers might end up leaving the industry.

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