Farm Service Agency

Farm Service Agency
Farm Service Agency is listed in the Economic Development Organizations category in Tuscola, Illinois. Displayed below are the social networks for Farm Service Agency which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Farm Service Agency on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 79.

Contact information for Farm Service Agency is:
900 S Washington St
Tuscola, IL 61953
(217) 253-4359

"Farm Service Agency" - ZapScore Report

Farm Service Agency has an overall ZapScore of 79. This means that Farm Service Agency has a higher ZapScore than 79% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Tuscola, Illinois is 41 and in the Economic Development Organizations category is 43. Learn more about ZapScore

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#ICYMI Secretary Perdue Announces Creation of Undersecretary for Trade and USDA Reorganization
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue on May 11, 2017 announced the creation of an Undersecretary for trade and foreign agricultural affairs in the U.S....

The new Agriculture Secretary recently revealed plans to reorganize the structure of mission areas within USDA. That includes the creation of new Under Secretary position to handle Trade and Foreign Ag Affairs. Rod Bain looks at the proposed reorganization and what this may mean for the Agriculture Department, its customers, and our nation's taxpayers and consumers, in this edition of "Agriculture USA". PARTICIPANTS: Rod Bain. Secretary Sonny Perdue. Former Agriculture Secretaries Mike Espy and Tom Vilsack. Listen in-

#ICYMI Secretary Perdue Statement on Administration’s Intent to Renegotiate NAFTA (Washington, D.C., May 18, 2017) – Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue issued the following statement today after U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer notified Congress that President Trump intends to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA): "While NAFTA has been an overall positive for American agriculture, any trade deal can always be improved. As President Trump moves forward with renegotiating with Canada and Mexico, I am confident this will result in a better deal for our farmers, ranchers, foresters, and producers. When the rules are fair and the playing field is level, U.S. agriculture will succeed and lead the world. It's why we recently announced the creation of an undersecretary for trade at USDA, because as world markets expand, we will be an unapologetic advocate for American agriculture. As I have often said, if our people continue to grow it, USDA will be there to sell it," said Secretary Perdue. Background: Last week, Secretary Perdue announced the creation of an undersecretary for trade and foreign agricultural affairs in the USDA, a recognition of the ever-increasing importance of international trade to American agriculture. The new undersecretary will work hand in hand with Commerce and the USTR and help open up even more markets to American products. Agricultural trade is critical for the U.S. farm sector and the American economy as a whole. U.S. agricultural and food exports account for 20 percent of the value of production, and every dollar of these exports creates another $1.27 in business activity. Additionally, every $1 billion in U.S. agricultural exports supports approximately 8,000 American jobs across the entire American economy. As the global marketplace becomes even more competitive every day, the United States must position itself in the best way possible to retain its standing as a world leader.

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