The new North American trade agreement is going over well with Oklahomans. The US-Mexico-Canada-Agreement takes the place of NAFTA after 25 years, opposers of the North American Free Trade Agreement said that it encouraged comapnies located in America to relocate to Mexico in order to take advantage of their lower cost.

According to the Oklahoma Farm Bureau, the trade deal brings a small piece of hope to farmers by preserving crucial markets for agricultural products with the nation’s closest trade partners.