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Miss America backs U.S. producers




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Members of the U.S. Cattlemen’s Association (USCA) are getting a big boost in visibility from an unlikely source: the current Miss America. Teresa Scanlan of Gering, Neb., who won the crown in January, penned an article for FoxNews.com April 15 that singled out USCA and The Hand That Feeds U.S. for helping educate America about the importance of farmers and ranchers.  . . .

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