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Disaster Relief for Ag Producers
"The appropriate place to address agriculture disaster is in the agriculture appropriations bill. However, we will need to refine and improve this disaster package based upon current circumstances. For example, the current disaster package provides assistance only for losses for the 2005 crop-year. Unfortunately, the losses in 2006 appear to be more extensive, more widespread, and more severe than the 2005 losses." - Chairman Chambliss, Oct 5 Senate speech
Why Trade Talks Stalled...
Ag Chairman Saxby Chambliss told European Union trade negotiator Peter Mandelson that the EU must respond in a commensurate manner to the United States' significant, original opening offer made in October 2005.
Chambliss: the key to success is meaningful access of U.S. farmers to European markets.
(both links are :14 sec audio files) (free audio software)
Open Markets: Ag Chairman's View
Duty-free trade for coorperative nations needing help
31 Senators Write Korean President on U.S. Beef
American Beef - on a limited Japanese menu
Doha Talks Cool Off - US farmers still listening
21 nations call for strong market access
Importance of access for all: real and meaningful
Hearings Examine Rural Concerns:
Conservation's Technical Service Providers... Dairy...USDA Rural Development ... Farm credit loans... Conservation on farmlands...Peanut program... Sugar... Rural Broadband... Biofuels outlook
Fielding the Farm Bill
On-line help for producers, and on-the-record talk about the next Farm Bill with Chairman Saxby Chambliss.
Save fertilizer input costs: Calculate your nitrogen fertilizer needs with USDA's on-line estimator tool.
Homeland Security: Keeping America's Food and Agriculture Safe