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Who Knew? Comment period for Bobolink & Groundhog ended May 16th - 3 year exemption for farmers. Will this put farmers on the endangered list?

The Bobolink and the Ground hog.  the EBR Public Comment period for the Bobolink April 15, 2011 to May 16, 2011 Who Knew?  
Most farmers and landowners haveno idea this is on the table.  The three year exemption for farmers, this is assisting to  elimate the Ontario farmer.  Farmers will be on the endangered list. Do you think the food Chain will be effected?  
Click on the number  it is informing the public up to 30,000 farmers and rural landowners affected.  Really who knew???? 
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