Executive director of state’s USDA Farm Service Agency says Trump is taking care of Valley farmers during trade standoff with China

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The new executive director of the California USDA Farm Service Agency says the economy and the trade standoff with China has yet to impact Valley farmers. Longtime South Valley politician Connie Conway was appointed by the Administration to push the President’s Ag policies. Conway says President Trump’s farm aid plan is keeping Valley farmers afloat. She also says the recent historic plunge on Wall Street is not a sign for the economic future.

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