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05/19/11 - List of Members of Congress Signing Letter to Secretary Vilsack

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05/18/11 - Letter to Secretary Vilsack Urging Withdrawal of Proposed GIPSA Rule

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03/02/11 - NCC Applauds Georgia Governor’s Call for Withdrawal of GIPSA Rule

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal is right to recommend that the U.S. Department of Agriculture withdraw its proposed rule on the production and marketing of poultry and livestock because it would be “costly and disruptive” and goes beyond the intent of … Read More >

11/22/10 - Poultry Industry Blasts Proposed GIPSA Rule, Urges Agency to Withdraw It

A massive regulation proposed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) on the production and marketing of poultry and livestock is unconstitutional, unsupported by any meaningful economic analysis, and is in defiance of court rulings and Congressional mandates, the poultry … Read More >

11/16/10 - FarmEcon Economic Impact Study of Proposed Rule

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11/16/10 - Proposed GIPSA Rules Would Hike Costs to Chicken Industry and Consumers, Study Says

Proposed new regulations from the U.S. Department of Agriculture will cost the broiler chicken industry more than $1 billion over five years in reduced efficiency, higher costs for feed and housing, and increased administrative expenses, according to a study released … Read More >

06/18/10 - GIPSA’s Proposed Rule Is One-Sided and Unrealistic

The National Chicken Council released the following comment today on the rule proposed by the Grain Inspection, Packers & Stockyards Administration. NCC will review the draft regulation carefully and make appropriate comments.  However, the regulation appears to be one-sided, unrealistic, … Read More >

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