AR-News: (U.S. - Il.) Faces of Agriculture event, March 8th
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"There is no time for us to sit back and let special interest groups destroy
food production in this state because of lies and anti-meat agendas.
BACKBONE OF YOUR COMMUNITY
Contact: Trent Loos, Faces of Agriculture, 970-481-1389,
trent at loostales.com
February 5, 2004
(Quincy , IL) Farmers, livestock producers, community leaders, members of
commodity organizations, educators and citizens concerned about the future
of food production in the Illinois are invited to a special seminar on March
8, 2004. Faces of Agriculture, a non-profit organization whose mission is to
return the human element to food production, will be hosting a seminar
entitled Backbone of your Community. The program will begin at 7:00 pm at
the Baldwin School Auditorium in Quincy , IL .
This program will not only bring to light the many challenges facing those
of us in food production, but we hope to offer solutions that producers can
put to use the minute they leave this room, stated organizer and speaker
Trent Loos. We will offer a call to action that will motivate resource
providers in Illinois to stand up for an industry they believe in. There is
no time for us to sit back and let special interest groups destroy food
production in this state because of lies and anti-meat agendas.
Illinois agriculture has recently been the target of many anti-ag activities
including numerous nuisance lawsuits filed against family farmers and
attacks on the river transportation systems. Producers are encouraged to get
involved and educate themselves on the issues before they are legislated out
of business by activists.
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