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Dave Dickey: Breaking Big Meat's monopoly isn't for the faint of heart

Dave Dickey: Breaking Big Meat's monopoly isn't for the faint of heart

President Joe Biden has declared war on Big Meat. Yup, Biden’s war. The president pinky swears new rules and a billion dollars in new funding will somehow end decades of what amounts to a meat monopoly in the beef, pork and chicken industries.
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Climate change is driving supply chain shortages - and your supermarkets are not prepared

The problem with our supply chains can be explained by climate change — and America is in no way ready for it.

Biden’s climate change plan may not nix cheeseburgers, but science says beef should be on the chopping block

Biden’s climate change plan may not nix cheeseburgers, but science says beef should be on the chopping block

Biden’s climate change plan does not suggest cutting beef consumption by 90 percent.
Once climate change deniers, the agriculture industry positions itself as part of the solution
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Once climate change deniers, the agriculture industry positions itself as part of the solution

Recently, a coalition of Big Ag companies and groups formed the Food and Agriculture Climate Alliance, which has the stated aim to help address a warming planet.
Meat industry donates to officials stopping COVID-19 lawsuits
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Meat industry donates to officials stopping COVID-19 lawsuits

Two meat giants, Smithfield and Mountaire Farms, are among the interests pushing for laws waiving wrongful death suits — also a priority for Republicans.
Powerful meat industry holds more sway after Trump's order
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Powerful meat industry holds more sway after Trump's order

The executive action signals that decisions around whether to close or reopen plants should be driven by the federal government, not local authorities.
The food chain's weakest link: Slaughterhouses
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The food chain's weakest link: Slaughterhouses

A relatively small number of plants process much of the beef and pork in the United States, and some of them have closed because workers are getting sick.
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