As an avid follower of politics, this election cycle seems a little surreal. While the 2016 presidential race has certainly been historical for many reasons, news stories have focused on former beauty queens, sex tapes, and lost emails. Although the circus sideshow is more entertaining than real issues, Americans have plenty to be concerned about. That is especially true in agriculture, with regulations, the economy, trade, and taxes all on the table.
Farmers are also concerned about the estate tax and its potential to financially bankrupt the family farm upon their death.
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[This article was originally published on AGDAILY as a guest column.]