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Floods in the Midwest coupled with a lingering trade dispute with China and tumbling commodity prices have hit them hard.

With no quick end to the trade war in sight, particularly after the latest round of talks between Beijing and Washington last week ended with no progress, the Trump administration is now working on a second aid program to support farmers.

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President Donald Trump last year pledged up to billion in aid to farmers, a key constituency, to help offset losses due to Chinese tariffs imposed in response to Washington’s levies on Chinese goods.

The similarity of grammars is even more impressive.The Farmer Wantsa Wife format has also been successfully received in over a dozen different countries around the world, including in Australia, the US, Germany (Bauer sucht Frau) and Spain (Granjero busca esposa).**There are obviously a lot of single farmers out there! The top five commodities that received aid were soybeans, corn, wheat, cotton and sorghum while the top five states receiving the payments were Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska and Indiana, the USDA spokesman said. Department of Agriculture has to date paid out .52 billion in direct payments to American farmers as part of the 2018 aid program, designed to offset losses from trade tariffs by China and other trading partners, a spokesman for the agency said. A USDA spokesperson said the department had as of Wednesday paid out a total of .52 billion in direct payments, one portion of a wider trade mitigation program which also includes support up to

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The top five commodities that received aid were soybeans, corn, wheat, cotton and sorghum while the top five states receiving the payments were Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska and Indiana, the USDA spokesman said.

Department of Agriculture has to date paid out $8.52 billion in direct payments to American farmers as part of the 2018 aid program, designed to offset losses from trade tariffs by China and other trading partners, a spokesman for the agency said. A USDA spokesperson said the department had as of Wednesday paid out a total of $8.52 billion in direct payments, one portion of a wider trade mitigation program which also includes support up to $1.2 billion through commodity purchases and $200 million allocated to developing foreign markets.

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The similarity of grammars is even more impressive.The Farmer Wantsa Wife format has also been successfully received in over a dozen different countries around the world, including in Australia, the US, Germany (Bauer sucht Frau) and Spain (Granjero busca esposa).**There are obviously a lot of single farmers out there! The top five commodities that received aid were soybeans, corn, wheat, cotton and sorghum while the top five states receiving the payments were Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska and Indiana, the USDA spokesman said. Department of Agriculture has to date paid out $8.52 billion in direct payments to American farmers as part of the 2018 aid program, designed to offset losses from trade tariffs by China and other trading partners, a spokesman for the agency said. A USDA spokesperson said the department had as of Wednesday paid out a total of $8.52 billion in direct payments, one portion of a wider trade mitigation program which also includes support up to $1.2 billion through commodity purchases and $200 million allocated to developing foreign markets.

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