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the country is seeing "growing numbers of very small and very large farms and declining numbers of mid-sized farms."
â€śThe agenciesâ€™ attempt to expand their jurisdiction under the Clean Water Act will have serious consequences for the nationâ€™s economy, threaten jobs and restrict landowners to make decisions about their property,â€ť said Gibbs, R-Lakeville, a co-sponsor and chairman of the subcommittee that held hearings on the bill.
The group Food & Water Watch filed suit in federal court to stop the implementation of the New Poultry Inspection System (NPIS) rules.
Even with the expected slowdown in asset growth, the sector's financial position remains strong due to the historically low level of debt relative to assets and equity.
Author Tamar Haspel will be our guest on Town Hall Ohio Sep. 20 & 21.
I'm very positive about this industry despite the challenges, despite the issues,â€ť Vilsack said at a conference sponsored by Growth Energy, an ethanol trade group. â€śI want you to know that I'm committed, that the administration is committed. You cannot let one decision . . . slow the process downâ€ť
Star of the West Milling Company, of Frankenmuth, Mich., is set to build a mill in Willard, in southern Huron County, that will have the ability to produce one million pounds of flour a day.