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USDA official talks agriculture trends during Maine visit
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24 September 2012
On 24 September 2012 MaineToday Media reported:
Kathleen Merrigan, the second highest agriculture official in the Obama administration, said that federal agriculture census numbers show that a hundred-year trend of corporate farms gobbling up small family farms may finally be reversing itself. She expects that a 2012 census, the results of which won't be available until early 2014, will show that trends toward diversity documented in previous years are continuing. Merrigan told the Maine crowd, many of whom are involved in local food production, about the 'significant achievements' of the Obama administration in supporting local and organic food. The department has set a goal of increasing the number of organic farms nationwide by 25 per cent between 2009 and 2015.
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