Thanks Mr. Trump For E15

By Kara Pendleton

October 21, 2018 at 3:01pm
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Even though some have expressed concern over farmers being hurt by President Donald Trump’s “tariff wars,” some Indiana farmers have made it clear that they are thankful about his overall policies, not worried.

A special message was created to show Trump just how much “all the winning” is appreciated.

USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue shared a photograph of the message on Twitter. He credited Bruce Buchanan of Buchanan Farms in Fowler, Indiana for it.
How’s this for a big “Thank You” to @POTUS for year-round #E15?

Photo Is from Bruce Buchanan of Buchanan Farms in Fowler, Indiana.
— Sec. Sonny Perdue (@SecretarySonny) October 18, 2018

Fox News Insider wrote that Buchanan told Fox & Friends “that he and his fellow farmers wanted to express their gratitude to Trump in an ‘unusual way.’ The result was a monstrous corn maze message that reads ‘Thanks Mr Trump For E15.’”

He added that, “‘We literally mechanically harvested the corn as we proceeded to spell out the letters in the maze.”

Buchanan also said that “The future is very instrumental on people like President Trump.” He believes Trump has kept his promise to farmers.

Just days ago, Fox Business spoke with “Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue and hog farmer Chris Chinn on President Trump’s ethanol policy and the impact of deregulation and new trade deals on U.S. farmers.”

The bottom line is that Trump’s policies are helping, not hurting, the agricultural community in the United States.
Reducing regulations for farmers has been part of Trump’s triumph with our nation’s food producers. Sec. Perdue has been sharing tweets about the impact it has been having on them.
Glad to help highlight @POTUS policies that are helping farmers spend more time working their farms and less time sifting through government regulations.
— Sec. Sonny Perdue (@SecretarySonny) October 17, 2018
Thanks to @POTUS‘s emphasis on cutting burdensome red tape, farmers have greater freedom to tend to their operations instead of following endless regulations. Happy to have @MoAgriculture Director Chris Chinn with us in the Oval Office today.
— Sec. Sonny Perdue (@SecretarySonny) October 17, 2018
Talking about reducing regulations with @Varneyco along with @MoAgriculture Dir. Chris Chinn at @WhiteHouse. @POTUS has cut needless and hindering red tape and unleashed the American economy. Great for farmers, who can concentrate on their operations rather than regulations.
— Sec. Sonny Perdue (@SecretarySonny) October 17, 2018
According to a White House briefing, “The Administration issued 176 deregulatory actions last year, eliminating 12 regulations for every new one according to the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs.” This is in keeping with the point Trump made that the “ever-growing maze of regulations, rules, restrictions has cost our country trillions and trillions of dollars, millions of jobs, countless American factories, and devastated many industries.”

This is in addition to the fact that during his rally in Council Bluffs, Iowa, “he began by announcing a decision to remove a federal ban on summer sales of gasoline with high-ethanol blends, thus permitting year-round sales of gasoline with 15 percent ethanol or E15.”
MarketWatch wrote that “President Donald Trump’s plans to allow the sale of a higher concentration of ethanol in gasoline throughout the year would appease U.S. corn farmers who have been stung by low corn prices as a result of the U.S.-China trade dispute and likely even lead to lower prices at the pump.” This “would allow the year-round sale of gasoline with up to 15% ethanol, also know as E15.” even during the summer.

“We’re going with E15 year round,” the president said.

Trump added, “I made that promise to you during the campaign. I made that promise to you during the primaries.”

“Promises made, promises kept,” reported Fox News.corn-farmer.jpg

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