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    Michigan Farm Bureau Supports Snyder's Plan to Split the DNRE

    Matt Grossmann

    Governor-elect Rick Snyder has announced his plan to split the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment (DNRE) back into two departments, the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) and the...

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    Loans, Grants Can Help Farmers and Business Owners Be More Energy Effi…

    Heather O'Farrell

    The US Michigan Department of Agriculture Rural Development has loans available for local small business owners and farmers to apply for, for funding of energy-efficient improvements or to install small...

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    The Politics of Food

    Peter Goralski

    It's a fair bet that the website bloggingheads.tv has something that will interest you. The website hosts a number of discussions/debates on politics, law, religion, science, etc. Recently it hosted...

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    Another Response to Free-Range Pork

    Peter Goralski

    The Agricultural Law Blog has posted a response to the previously mentioned NYT op-ed on free-range pork. Some of the issues the author raises were addressed by the op-ed author...

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    Is Free Range Pork More Prone to Pathogens?

    Peter Goralski

    An op-ed in the April 9 issue of the New York Times by James E. McWilliams discussed the safety of free range pork in light of a recent study on the issue...

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    Salmonella Related Recalls Still Happening

    Peter Goralski

    On March 27 there were four more salmonella related recalls issued..

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    Obama's Proposed Change to Ag Subsidies

    Peter Goralski

    Michael Roberts, an associate professor at North Carolina State University and agricultural economist, is skeptical about whether the proposed reduction in federal agriculture subsidies will actually be effective..

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    Food Recall Alert Website Back

    Peter Goralski

    The Michigan Department of Agriculture Food Recall Alert system is back online. If you're interested you can sign up for either email or text message alerts. The site is here..

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    Salmonella Update

    Peter Goralski

    CNN is reporting that the company responsible for the tainted peanuts in the salmonella contamination incident knew that their peanuts were contaminated..

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    Michigan Ag and Don Koivisto

    Peter Goralski

    Dome Magazine has a piece on Don Koivisto the director of the Michigan Department of Agriculture. It briefly touches on the state of the Michigan agricultural industry but is mainly...

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    Peanut Butter Recall

    Peter Goralski

    As anyone who is signed up for the MDA food recall list is well aware, the recent peanut butter recall due to salmonella is quite extensive. The list of Michigan products affected...

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    Alcohol Policy

    Peter Goralski

    At the risk of this becoming the alcohol policy blog, here are a few links that may be of interest to those who recently read the interview with John Russo...

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    Wine Interview

    Peter Goralski

    I recently conducted an interview with John Russo, a wine specialist out of Grand Rapids. The intent of the interview was to cover the pending legislation that would ban direct...

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    40,000 at Colorado Farm

    Peter Goralski

    Neither policy nor Michigan but an interesting article..

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    New in the Agriculture Section

    Peter Goralski

    Background   Policy Briefs; New policy briefs on Michigan's Farmland and Open Space Preservation Program, The Michigan Right to Farm Act, and Generally Accepted Agricultural and Management Practices (GAAMPs). Research A series of research papers...

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