U.S. ag groups call for retaliatory tariffs against Canada under USMCA

USDA and U.S. Trade Representative, Katherine Tai continue to pressure the White House to take the next step in solving the dairy tariff-rate quota complaint with Canada.

Real Ag Radio’s Shaun Haney spoke with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander about Tai’s statement, if Canadian officials have issued any statement on the matter, and if he sees Canada making the required changes without the U.S. applying retaliatory tariffs.

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