If oil is such a commodity overseas, priced at $128 per barrel, then why does the United States continue to sell grains overseas for approximately $7 a bushel? In the near future, that grain is going to be a valuable commodity right here on our soil and the farmers will reap the rewards, as they should!

I propose that the price of grains being exported be raised to $128 a bushel.

Then we’ll see how quick foreign governments are to fix the problem.

Pamela Sturtevant, Auburn


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