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“Growth Energy, the nation’s largest ethanol association, launched a new ad campaign featuring a fourth-generation corn and soybean farmer who is asking President Donald Trump to ensure that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency considers the devastating impact some of the agency’s policies are having on family farms.
The ads spotlight Scott Henry, of Longview Farms in Nevada, Iowa, who urges the president to continue listening to rural America: “President Trump has been our greatest champion for ethanol, for family farms, for rural America.”
“We’re at a critical junction,” continued Skor, “and the president has an important decision to make: is he going to let EPA continue down this destructive path, or stand up for the hardworking farmers he has vowed to protect?”
Excited about this one: I'll be going on @OfficialRFDTV Monday evening with incredible rural champions @NFUDC to talk about the hardworking people in the biofuels industry. https://t.co/W6PV5mtRAR
Tune in to @OfficialRFDTV Monday night for a conversation about the state of the farm economy and the biofuels industry, featuring @GrowthEnergy’s Emily Skor and NFU President Rob Larew. https://t.co/AdcbBeMW0o