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Ag industry unites to ‘Ditch the Rule’ in 2014

Ag industry unites to ‘Ditch the Rule’ in 2014
PAT KOPECKI — Wilson County Judge Marvin Quinney (l-r) and Wilson County Farm Bureau President Thomas Ortmann (fourth from right) congratulate Wilson County Farm Bureau members honored for their membership of 58 years or more during the Oct. 16 Wilson County Farm Bureau convention. Honorees included Marilyn Ortmann, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Jonah Wilson, E.J. Hierholzer, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Uhlig, and Doris Bruce. Joseph Uhlig and Doris Bruce are among the top 10 longest-tenured members in the state. Each has been with the organization for 72 years.

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The American Farm Bureau Federation’s “Ditch the Rule” campaign topped ag sector issues in 2014. The inclusion of mud puddles and ditches for regulation within the proposed Clean Water Act made headlines throughout the year. What started as a leaked document opened the floodgates to a torrent of responses when the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers invited comments. . . .

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