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Congress Enacts $290B Farm Bill Over Bush Veto - Washington Post (DC)
Friday, May 23, 2008 (2271 reads)


Congress enacted a massive farm bill Thursday with new and bigger subsidies for farmers, plus more food stamps for the poor.



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Whey Industry Hoping For Innovative Future - Food Navigator
Friday, May 23, 2008 (2040 reads)


Whey's days as being viewed as a simple by-product of food manufacturer appear to be over as the industry increasingly looks to tap into the potential health and functional benefits of the protein.



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Wisconsin Governor Doyle Presents Main Street Ingredients with Export Achievement Award - Main Street Ingredients
Friday, May 23, 2008 (1935 reads)


Each year, Governor Doyle recognizes Wisconsin firms and organizations that have achieved extraordinary results in international markets or have contributed to Wisconsin’s ability to compete globally.  On Tuesday, May 13, Bill Schmitz and Aaron Macha traveled to Milwaukee to accept one of the Export Achievement Awards at the 44th annual Wisconsin International Trade Conference in Milwaukee.



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Farm Bill Veto Set to Prolong Uncertainty - Nutra Ingredients
Friday, May 23, 2008 (1911 reads)


President Bush is expected to veto the Farm Bill today on the grounds that it would grant subsidies to wealthy farmers at a time when grocery bills are rising - although his decision could be overridden.



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Agriculture Secretary Ed Schafer Announces Plan To End Exceptions To Animal Handling Rule - USDA
Friday, May 23, 2008 (1961 reads)


One day after I was sworn in as Secretary of Agriculture, I learned of the illegal acts of inhumane handling that took place at the Hallmark/Westland Meat Packing Company in Chino, California. I immediately called upon the Office of the Inspector General and the Food Safety and Inspection Service to determine how this happened and what could be done in the future to ensure that animals are treated humanely.



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Designer Whey Announces Retail Deal - Dairy Reporter
Friday, May 23, 2008 (1972 reads)


US-based manufacturer Designer Whey says it will be working with retailer General Nutrition Centers (GNC) to step up distribution of its products in the country.



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Recent Study Shows the Prolibra® Weight Management Solution Significantly Reduces Glycemic Index Units - Glanbia Nutritionals
Friday, May 23, 2008 (3490 reads)


A recent human clinical trial shows that Prolibra® weight management solution from Glanbia Nutritionals considerably reduces postprandial glycemia in a dose dependant manner and resulted in a lower glycemic index (GI).  Consuming foods with a low GI is one dietary approach for achieving healthy weight loss and may aid weight loss through the control of appetite, the delay of hunger, and the reduction of insulin levels and insulin resistance.  Participants experienced a statistically significant reduction of up to 37.8 Glycemic Index units when Prolibra was added to a liquid meal consisting of 50 g of glucose.  The research, conducted by Glycemic Index Laboratories for Glanbia Nutritionals, has implications for companies looking to introduce healthful weight-management products that feature science-based GI reduction claims.



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Dairy Farmers Pamper Cows To Boost Milk Output - CBS News
Friday, May 23, 2008 (2003 reads)


When it comes to comfort, Kirk Christie's cows have it all _ a new barn, a flat-screen television and waterbeds.

That's because of the dairy farmer's philosophy that a happy cow is a productive cow. More milk means more money, so Christie doesn't mind providing the frills.



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Dairy Farmers Pamper Cows To Boost Milk Output - CBS News
Friday, May 16, 2008 (1958 reads)


When it comes to comfort, Kirk Christie's cows have it all _ a new barn, a flat-screen television and waterbeds.

That's because of the dairy farmer's philosophy that a happy cow is a productive cow. More milk means more money, so Christie doesn't mind providing the frills.



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Farm Bill Passes U.S. House With Veto-Proof Majority - Bloomberg News
Thursday, May 15, 2008 (2038 reads)


The U.S. House of Representatives passed a five-year, $289 billion farm bill with enough votes to override a presidential veto, making it more likely to become law.



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