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Vilsack talks healthy foods, childhood nutrition

The SNAP program will be expanded, and a pilot program was a success.
The SNAP program will be expanded, and a pilot program was a success.
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Budget cuts key topic at House Agricultural Appropriations meeting

Furloughs are expected, but final plans are not yet in place.
Furloughs are expected, but final plans are not yet in place.
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Vilsack confirms furlough of meat inspectors

Automatic budget cuts made the move unavoidable.
Automatic budget cuts made the move unavoidable.
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Budget cuts to reduce federal milk market administrator’s budget

The $3 million cut will come out of the Milk Market Orders Assessment Fund.
The $3 million cut will come out of the Milk Market Orders Assessment Fund.
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USDA finalizes microloan program for small farmers

The loans will be worth up to $35,000.
The loans will be worth up to $35,000.
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FSIS indifferent to advisory committees?

A member of Congress is questioning USDA processes for ensuring that imported meat products are as safe as domestically produced items.

In a letter to Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-CT) complained that USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) “fundamentally” changed the process with no notice.


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Rural food hubs increasingly important

USDA hopes to encourage construction of local food system infrastructures.
USDA hopes to encourage construction of local food system infrastructures.
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Sequester could cause billions of dollars in losses for meat producers

USDA could be forced to furlough workers.
USDA could be forced to furlough workers.
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Resolved export issues help economy

USDA estimates it freed up $4 billion in agricultural exports last year.
USDA estimates it freed up $4 billion in agricultural exports last year.
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AMI reminds federal government of meat and poultry inspection obligation

A sequester and furlough would mean significant lost profits.
A sequester and furlough would mean significant lost profits.
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