U.S. ag exports are on track to break records this year

We already know U.S. agriculture exports are on track to break records this year. USDA Economist Bart Kenner tells us just how much.

“So that $191 billion is an increase of 11 percent over last year. Currently, we are over 12 percent higher than this time last year.”

And when it comes to imports, right now they are running 21 percent above last year. That is about 10 percent more than the USDA predicted.

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