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Ohio State experts building model to simulate impacts on Great Lakes region
According to Professor Ian Sheldon, if NAFTA negotiations fall apart, grain prices could be impacted.
The average person ditches about 5 pounds of trash every day.
While the tax reform law will provide tax cuts to Ohioans, those cuts may not provide the boost needed for future economic growth. Ohio State University economist Mark Partridge says Ohio's manufacturers may see some benefit, but investment in workers will do more.
Current agricultural inforgraphic
Farm incomes have improved, having increased an average of 2.2 percent a year since 2005
The renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA, should worry Ohio’s 75,000 farmers.
Although President Donald Trump withdrew the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), progress was made over the weekend on a framework for a new TPP deal on the sidelines of the Asian Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Trade Ministerial Meeting.
With some improvements in 2017 in farm income and farm assets, optimism is slowing growing for finding the bottom in the current low agricultural economic cycle.
Ani Katchova in Columbus Dispatch