This week, both the House and Senate Agriculture Committees held hearings to hear from livestock industry groups, and a main theme was regarding Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack’s decision to move forward on a Grain Inspection, Packers & Stockyards Administration (GIPSA) marketing rule that resulted from language included in the 2008 farm bill.
The drama started a few months ago when Vilsack made comments at the National Farmers Union that his agency was going to bring back
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