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Duvall: Yes, There are COVID-19 impacts on agriculture

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By Zippy Duvall

Special to Poultry Times

WASHINGTON — Some say these recent weeks (late March, early April) are when the coronavirus outbreak and business closures will hit the make-or-break point for the U.S. economy. Things would be much worse if Congress and the President had not taken action — passing and signing the coronavirus aid package.

Most people are focused on businesses such as restaurants or airlines, which certainly have experienced a sharp and sudden decrease. What they may not be thinking about is the cumulative impact on agriculture. Most hospitality and travel industries were doing well before. . .

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