Door County farmers encourage trade deal

Door County farmers are eagerly anticipating word on the phase one trade deal with China that would reopen the country to American agricultural exports. All farmers have been hit by the trade war between the two countries, from soybeans to dairy. Some have been affected more than others, though, according to Door County Farm Bureau President Daniel Vandertie.


A Chinese trade deal has been said to be imminent for over a month now, but negotiations continue to drag on. Some rumors are that the deal has been pushed back until after the middle of December. Others speculate that a deal may never happen. 


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