COVID-19’s Impact on Agronomics and Food Supply Chains – John Newton, Ph.D.

Date: Thursday, July 9, 2020
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COVID-19’s Impact on Agronomics and Food Supply Chains – John Newton, Ph.D.

COVID-19’s Impact on Agronomics and Food Supply Chains is the theme of this Executive Briefing in our “Analyzing Pandemics” series. Attendees will gain context and perspective regarding trends in agricultural trade and COVID-19’s impact on the food supply.


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Date: Thursday, July 9, 2020 Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Location: Virtual Event

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John Newton, Ph.D.

John Newton, Ph.D.

Chief Economist, American Farm Bureau Federation

Dr. Newton is the Chief Economist for American Farm Bureau Federation, the largest organization of independent farmers in the United States. In this role, Dr. Newton is responsible for the management of Farm Bureau’s economics department and coordinates and conducts analyses used for the development and advocacy of Farm Bureau policy on Capitol Hill.

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