In Northwest, Agricultural Producers Share Mixed Reactions To Death Of Trans-Pacific Partnership04:55
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Agri Beef's plant in Toppenish, Wash., would have benefited from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal going through and lowering tariffs on U.S. beef exports to Japan. (Agri Beef)
Agri Beef's plant in Toppenish, Wash., would have benefited from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal going through and lowering tariffs on U.S. beef exports to Japan. (Agri Beef)
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The inauguration of Donald Trump and the next session of Congress mark the end of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal for the United States. Two closely tied agricultural exporters in the Northwest — beef producers and hay farmers — are reacting in different ways.

Anna King (@AnnaKingN3) of Here & Now contributor Northwest News Network reports.

This segment aired on January 23, 2017.

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