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Farmers Fear Losses Under President Trump's Trade Policies04:39
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Cattle rancher Mike John runs a cow-calf operation in Huntsville, Mo., and hopes international trade will open up new markets for his beef. (Kristofor Husted/Harvest Public Media)
Cattle rancher Mike John runs a cow-calf operation in Huntsville, Mo., and hopes international trade will open up new markets for his beef. (Kristofor Husted/Harvest Public Media)
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President Trump campaigned on plans to pull out of large international trade deals, and focus instead on one-on-one agreements with other countries.

But that has farmers worried they'll lose some of the $135 billion in goods they sold overseas last year. Kristofor Husted (@krishusted) from Here & Now contributor Harvest Public Media explains.

This segment aired on June 21, 2017.

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