Trade is a critically important part of business for CHS and for our farmer-owners, yet U.S. trade policy remains uncertain and dynamic. Tariffs being applied to imports from China and other important international markets – and resulting retaliatory measures from our trading partners – could have an impact across the entire CHS enterprise. This could offer significant challenges as our owners move toward harvest this fall.CHS is concerned about these challenges. Our Government Affairs team has worked diligently to communicate the potential impact. We are in direct contact with Congress and the executive branch, industry trade associations, multi-industry organizations like the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, farm organizations, commodity groups and our industry peers. We have urged and will continue to urge policymakers and negotiators to work diligently toward the goal of reaching a timely and thoughtful resolution to these disputes.
Learn more about the potential impacts to trade and how CHS is working to make your voice heard.