Showcasing Nebraska Agriculture: How the state is strengthening ties in the United Kingdom and Ireland

A Nebraska Agriculture Delegation is in the United Kingdom and Ireland this week to strengthen trade relations.

The Nebraska Farm Bureau President Mark McHargue joined RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander to discuss the trade partnership, how the UK’s recent decision to increase the ethanol blending requirement to 10 percent could benefit Nebraska farmers, and what it means to them to have Nebraska beef that far from home.

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