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OFA: Bette Jean Crews Discusses Priorities. What Do You Want Done?

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Is American producted food Amercian produced food or repacked food from another country To get passed the laws.

It looks like the grain guys are going to be ok for the next year or two.

We need some financial support for the pork and beef sectors...

Come on get something going before they all exit the business.

Pork producers just want to receive more for their hogs that it costs to raise them - sounds like a simple concept - why has it been so difficult?
Because simple is not in the public servants vocabulary. Its take over time again. The pig farmers will join the ranks of the crop, poultry and any dairy industry, as growers, not producers. Our good friends at Monsanto have seen to that. Less producers in the game more market share for the big guys and more reliant on supplier of product to grow. One breed of pig with monsanto genes. Welcome to the free market NWO style. 
Ron Steenbergen said:
Pork producers just want to receive more for their hogs that it costs to raise them - sounds like a simple concept - why has it been so difficult?

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