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Would like to see modern, fresh farm bill

Dear Editor,
I read the Great Bend Tribune article: Kansas State University receives support from Bayer CropScience to further education and wheat research” (Oct 22 issue). While I am delighted that K-State has received this boost....On October 21st, six past U.S. Secretaries of Agriculture gathered at Kansas State University as speakers for the “Landon Lecture Series”. Nebraska’s former Governor and current U.S. Senator Mike Johanns, age 63, gave an impassioned plea that he is nearing Medicare-age and considers himself too wealthy for any subsidized health-care, yet he still pretends to champion farm-care subsidies. Although I agree ...


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