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Posted October 29, 2004 by publisher in Cuba-US Trade

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Associated Press

Agriculture officials in the state say Cuba will buy $1-million bushels of Oklahoma wheat in November and December.

Oklahoma Agriculture Secretary Terry Peach says based on current prices the sale is worth more than $4-million.

Peach recently led a trade mission to Cuba that included six farm organizations. The state Wheat Commission, US Wheat Associates, state Farm Bureau, state Farmers Union, Plains Grain and WB Johnston Grain joined Peach on the trip.

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