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Agriculture watches next step in railroad labor dispute

An agricultural leader says now that the three-member Presidential Emergency Board has recommended a compromise to resolve the railroad labor dispute, the railroads and their employee unions should try again to work out their differences.

Mike Steenhoek with the Soy Transportation Coalition tells Brownfield if a strike, lockout, or slowdown happens after the 30-day cool-off period in mid-September, both sides would likely lose confidence. “Inserting more unpredictability into the supply chain would really be a recipe for disaster right now and I think everyone loses.

Agriculture watches next step in railroad labor dispute

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