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An employee of Western Consolidated Cooperative shows members of a U.S. Agriculture Department Foreign Ag Service team how grain is graded at the co-op's elevator in Holloway. The 28-member team spent two weeks in the U.S., including five days in the Midwest, learning about agriculture and talking to area farmers and elevator officials. Submitted photo

Foreign Ag Service team visits area farms, West-Con

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HOLLOWAY -- The U.S. Agriculture Department's Foreign Agricultural Service and the Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council recently hosted a 28-member USDA Foreign Ag Service staff training team tour that included stops in the area.

Representatives from around the world -- many from some of the most influential importers of U.S. ag exports -- participated in this tour. The team spent two weeks in the United States.

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