Ogburn, Stephanie Paige
November 2011
High Country News;11/28/2011, Vol. 43 Issue 20, p5
The article informs on the set of rules, drafted by the Grain Inspectors, Packers and Stocyards Administration (GIPSA), which is meant to protect independent cattlemen from the powerful "Big Four" meatpackers which control more than fifty percent of beef market.


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