A new international trade agreement between the United States, Mexico and Canada passed through the House of Representatives Thursday.
It’s an agreement that has agricultural producers in Texas breathing a sigh of relief.
“Getting this thing done and just removing the cloud over the negotiations, what those were all going to look like, is a bit of fresh air,” said Mark Welch.
Welch is a grain economist for the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension and was raised on a North Texas wheat farm with stockyard cattle. He’s seen first-hand the benefits to open international trade, especially for locals farmers.
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