National Agriculture Law Center’s GIPSA Workshop

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The final National Agriculture Law Center‘s Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration (“GIPSA”) workshop on the proposed rules will be tonight in Poteau, Oklahoma, at the LeFlore County Fairgrounds from 6-9pm.  For those of you who cannot make it (like myself), I highly recommend reviewing the GIPSA handout and powerpoint presentation.  Both give an excellent overview the statutory authority (including …

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Tuesday Links

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As I was trolling the blogosphere this morning, I came across some interesting posts that I thought I’d share: 1.  Because I live in NYC and my country-self tends to be a little naive and trusting, this post reminded me that you can never be too careful (particularly in January with so much traveling taking place for conferences and livestock shows).  And this post might …

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U.S. Agriculture is Part of the Food Security Solution

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By now, we have all heard about this cover article published by Time magazine which criticizes modern agriculture (if you haven’t, I encourage you to read it).  Last weekend, I read the latest newsletter by the American Agri-Women (@Women4Ag on Twitter) responding to Bryan Walsh’s editorial in Time.  In the article, I particularly liked the response from Patrick Boyle, President …

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