Livestock, poultry groups provide input on negative impact of RFS

June 2013
High Plains Journal;6/3/2013, Vol. 131 Issue 22, p19B
The article reports that U.S. livestock and poultry groups have submitted to the House Energy and Commerce Committee their comments on the negative effects of the federal Renewable Fuels Standard on agriculture.


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