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We’re going to move from a commodity economy where you basically grow the same kind of crops – where a kernel of corn is a kernel of corn is a kernel of corn – to an ingredient economy where there will be a kernel of corn that will be designed for fuel, there will be a kernel of corn designed for livestock.
The Obama administration will continue to fight for a comprehensive immigration solution that includes AgJobs and a stable workforce for our farms.
Today, President Obama is making smart investments in clean energy – wind, solar, biofuels – as part of an all-of-the-above energy strategy that supports thousands of jobs, not in the Middle East, but in the Midwest.
Local and regional food systems are about opportunity.
If we can get people to focus on fruits and vegetables and more healthy foods, we’ll be better in terms of our healthcare situation.
I don’t know if there is a Democrat who necessarily doesn’t believe health care is a right instead of privilege. There is a significant between us and the Republican Party on that issue.
More than half of America’s rural counties are losing population and with it, political representation.
It is critical to develop a biofuel industry powered by feedstocks produced in every corner of the country, in addition to the Midwest. That is why USDA has established five regional research centers working on science necessary to ensure profitable biofuels can be produced from a diverse range of feedstocks.
To help producers serve larger institutional customers like schools and hospitals, USDA has helped fund new regional infrastructure like cold storage warehouses, commercial kitchens and local slaughter facilities.
I think we all share the same goal, which is a United States of America that inspires people and leads.
Rural Americans want leaders who help middle-class communities to plan and prosper over the long-term – not opportunists who reap the rewards for themselves, leaving nothing for the people who do the sowing.
President Obama’s fight for rural America is personal. He was raised by a single mom and grandparents from Kansas. He hails from a farming state, Illinois.
If I had a rain prayer or a rain dance I could do, I would do it.
To keep farmers on the farm we must maintain a strong farm safety net, but we will also have to build a thriving companion economy to compliment production agriculture in rural America.
What Republicans have done in my view is that they are systematically dismantling a sense of community in America.
The future of healthcare security should include flexibility from the federal government to allow us to serve the state’s most vulnerable citizens.