U.S. Farmers Advocate for Trade in SE Asia

Jamie Johansen

Ag Supply Chain Asia 2018 took place in Surabaya, Indonesia March 20-22. The event, organized by the U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC) and U.S. Grains Council (USGC), took international attendees ‘Beyond the Horizon of Food and Agriculture.’ Relationships sit center-stage even in the international marketplace and putting a face to the U.S. farmer is pivotal for buyers of U.S. agricultural products.

This event brought buyers and U.S. farmers together to share stories, ask questions and even discuss challenges each face. I was able to sit down with a few of the farmers to learn why they are involved in such trade missions, how trade impacts their bottom line and why free trade is so important.

Meet the U.S. Farmers:
Interview with Jamie Beyer, Minnesota Farmer

Interview with Bill Bayliss, Ohio Farmer

Interview with David Droste, Illinois Farmer

Interview with Sharon Covert, Illinois Farmer

Interview with Jeff Frank, Iowa Farmer

Interview with John Longley, Illinois Farmer

Interview with Josh Miller, Indiana Farmer

Interview with Alan Moore, Michigan Farmer

Interview with Ryan Wagner, South Dakota Farmer

View and download images from the event here: USSEC SE Asia Buyers Conference Photo Album

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