Cattle and grain farmer and MRCC member Darvin Bentlage explain the negative consequences of the corporate consolidation of our food system while pointing out some rays of hope such as the American Beef Labeling Act.

Even though the cards are often stacked against us, farmers are the ultimate optimists. I’m a fourth-generation cattle and grain farmer, and, right now, I’m optimistic that, for the first time since Teddy Roosevelt with the Packer and Stockers Act of 1921, we have a president who is trying to take on corporate control of our farm and food system.

Why is this necessary?


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