Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack addressed the National Farmers Union Convention through a live feed from Washington, D.C., saying the Russia-Ukraine impact on agriculture is not known. “The reality is things haven’t been planted yet, so it’s a little early to say exactly what’s going to happen, but what we do know is Ukraine produces a tremendous amount of wheat, corn, soy, sunflowers and other products.” A lot of Ukrainian grain is exported to North Africa, the Middle East, and China. Vilsack said the United States has programs that could fill the need. “
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