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Proposed GIPSA Rules Could Cost Chicken Industry $1 Billion

Study shows proposed new regulations from USDA will cost the broiler chicken industry more than $1 billion over five years.

Bond Information for Those Who Sold to Eastern Livestock

USDA-GIPSA provides steps to take for producers who have not received payment due from Eastern Livestock Commission.

GIPSA Rule’s Costs Substantial, Analysis Finds

The study by Informa Economics Inc. showed that the rule would result in job losses of more than 22,800, with an annual drop in gross domestic product by as much as $1.56 billion and an annual loss in tax revenues of $359 million.

Study: GIPSA Proposed Rule Could Cost Jobs and Reduce GDP

The rule could cost 104,000 jobs and reduce the national GDP by $14 billion.

R-CALF Applauds USDA Decision to Proceed with GIPSA Rule

R-CALF USA supports Vilsack’s decision to decline the request by Congress to complete a comprehensive economic analysis of proposed GIPSA rule.

NCBA: Vilsack Ignores Bipartisan Attempt to Help Cattle Industry

USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack ignored requests for a comprehensive economic analysis of GIPSA's proposed rule on livestock and poultry marketing.

Representatives: More Analysis of GIPSA Needed

Several House members call for a comprehensive economic analysis of proposed rule on livestock and poultry marketing.

Out to Pasture: Do We Really Want Change?

Obama promised fundamental change, and GIPSA is planning to deliver a big dose of just that