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  • This notes slide shows how all of the organizations work together to handle industry issues. Also note that 40% of the SIP funds are returned to Iowa for use on legislative and regulatory issues
  • North Carolina and Pennsylvania – states that are lacking participation out of top 50 CDs
  • Developing export market opportunities for your product is one of NPPC’s areas of focus.
  • HELLO. WE ALL KNOW THAT FOR TOO LONG, THE VOICE OF FARMERS AND RANCHERS HAS BEEN MISSING FROM THE CONVERSATION ABOUT WHERE FOOD COMES FROM. TODAY WE WILL SHARE SOME RESEARCH THAT IS HELPING US BETTER UNDERSTAND HOW WE NEED TO BE PART OF THIS CONVERSATION IN ORDER TO HAVE OUR VOICES HEARD.
  • YOU WILL BE IN GOOD COMPANY

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  • NPPC Update Iowa Pork Congress January 2012
  • The power of your national and state organizations working together on your behalf
  • Fighting for reasonable legislation and regulation Developing revenue and marketing opportunities Protecting your livelihood
  • Issues
    • Legislative and Regulatory Successes
    • SIP/LEADR Progress
    • Trade Policy/Export Market
  • What a Year
    • Won CAFO suit over EPA
    • Defunded GIPSA Rule
    • Lifted Mexico’s tariff
    • Passed South Korea, Columbia and Panama FTAs
    • 145 degree cooking tempertaure
  • Legislative /Regulatory Issues
    • GIPSA Rule
    • MCOOL
    • Farm Bill
    • CAFO litigation
    • HSUS/UEP
    • Supreme Court hears case on Non-Amblatory hogs
  • Legislative/Regulatory Issues
    • Proposed GIPSA Rule
      • Over 16,000 comments from us
      • 60,400 total comments
      • USDA conducting a Cost Benefit Analysis
  • Strategic Investment Program (SIP)
    • SIP
      • Voluntary investment $.10/$100 in value
      • Over 2600 investors = 65% of the pigs
  • Strategic Investment Program (SIP)
    • Iowa Progress
      • Investors
        • 55 new investors in 2011
        • 526 total investors
  • LEADR: To Date
    • 1,045 participants nationwide
    • 252 participants in IA
    • 20 new IA participants in 2011
    • Need help in Rep. Braley, Rep. Loebasack districts
  • 2012 Legislative Challenges
    • All Elections…All the Time
    • Legislate or Regulate? Punt?
    • Farm Bill vs. Reconciliation Process vs. Sequestration Who is Driving this Bus?
    • Debt Ceiling Feb/March 2012
    • Meaning: More Gridlock
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  • Ongoing Issues & 2012 Projections
    • Ongoing Issues
    • Feed Availability
    • New CAFO Rules:
      • National CAFO Database
      • 3 rd Party Manure Transfer
      • Defining Discharge
      • NH 3 Emissions = H 2 O Discharge
    • Air Emissions Study
      • Reviewing Data
      • Ensuring Sound Science
      • Setting Emission Factors
    • 2012 Projections & Challenges
    • Post Election Regulatory Mayhem?
      • New CAFO Rule
      • Early Release of NAEMS Data & Emission Factors
      • Air emissions Reporting Rule
      • Mississippi River TMDL
      • Drainage Tile Permitting
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  • 2012 S&T Focus
    • On-Farm food Safety & Farm Animal Welfare Issues: New USDA Focus
    • Final FDA Guidance on VFD and Transition from AGP
    • Farm Bill
      • Federal Animal Production Legislation
      • Research Title & Animal Health Prgms
      • FMD Vaccine Bank, Catastrophic Business Continuity Insurance
    • Antibiotic Ban Via ADUFA?
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  • Value
  • Volume
  • U.S. Pork Exports 2011 Estimated Percent Exported: 23% (Muscle Meat Only) 27% (Plus Variety Meat) Export Value per Hog: about $55 About 25 percent higher than 2010
  • FTAs
    • FTAs passed the House and Senate along with legislation renewing Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) & Generalized System of Preferences (GSP)
      • Both Colombia & Panama have ratified the FTAs.
      • Korea passed KORUS last week.
    • Focus now shifts to implementation of FTAs
    • EU-Korea FTA entered into force on July 1, 2011
    • Canada-Colombia FTA entered into force on Aug. 15, 2011
    • Benefits:
    • Increase U.S. pork exports by more than $770 million annually
    • Add more than $11 to U.S. live hog prices
    • Generate more than 10,200 pork industry job s
  • Farmer And Rancher Mobilization Join the conversation about the food you produce
  • 02/21/12 Alabama Farmers Federation Indiana Soybean Alliance North Dakota Soybean Council American Egg Board Iowa Soybean Association Ohio Farm Bureau American Farm Bureau Fed. Kansas Farm Bureau Federation Ohio Soybean Council AFB Women’s Leadership Committee Kansas Soybean Commission Pennsylvania Farm Bureau AFB Young Farmers & Ranchers Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation South Carolina Farm Bureau Federation American Farmers for the Advancement and Conservation of Technology MI Farm Bureau Family of Companies Southern Peanut Farmers Federation American National Cattle Women MN Soybean Research&Promotion Council Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation American Sheep Industry Missouri Farmers Care Texas Farm Bureau American Soybean Assoc. National Association of Wheat Growers U.S. Soybean Federation American Sugar Alliance National Cattlemen’s Beef Association United Egg Producers Arkansas Farm Bureau Fed. National Corn Growers Association United Fresh Produce Association Assoc. of Agriculture Production Execs National Cotton Council United Sorghum Checkoff Program California Farm Bureau Fed. National Milk Producers Federation United Soybean Board Cattlemen’s Beef Board/Beef Checkoff National Pork Board USA Rice Federation Dairy Farmers of America National Pork Producers Council U.S. Grains Council Federation of State Beef Councils Nebraska Farm Bureau Federation U.S. Poultry & Egg Association Georgia Farm Bureau Nebraska Soybean Board Virginia Farm Bureau Federation Illinois Farm Bureau New York Farm Bureau Federation Western Growers Illinois Soybean Association North Carolina Farm Bureau Federation West Virginia Farm Bureau Indiana Farm Bureau Federation
    • Questions?
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