Agriculture-environmental and Consumer Protection Appropriations for 1974: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, Ninety-third Congress, First Session, 7. daļa
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Agriculture--Environmental and Consumer Protection Appropriations
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1973
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64. lappuse - Mr. Chairman and members of the committee, it is indeed an honor for me to appear here today to request the Committee's consideration of two items which are of great importance to Oklahoma.
81. lappuse - It is the national policy that to the maximum extent possible the procedures utilized for implementing this Act shall encourage the drastic minimization of paperwork and interagency decision procedures, and the best use of available manpower and funds, so as to prevent needless duplication and unnecessary delays at all levels of government.
66. lappuse - Mr. Chairman, it has been a pleasure for me to appear before you today, and I deeply appreciate the courtesies you have extended to me.
181. lappuse - The New York State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University welcomes the privilege of participating in international development an important role for modern agriculture.
18. lappuse - Americans were thinking very much about the environment, our farmers, our ranchers, our woodland owners, were working together with government to conserve our natural resources. I believe we should now be providing more help for our dedicated corps of soil conservationists whose number has dropped sharply in the last four years.
216. lappuse - The independent family farmer stands virtually alone as the textbook example of free competition in the United States economy. We reaffirm the National Farmers Union's position that federal governmental policies and programs are essential to protect family farmers against the hazards of the marketplace where almost everyone else, except the farmer, is protected. The power of public policy must be used to sustain the independent farmer in an economy which is otherwise strongly organized in which...
85. lappuse - I would like to thank you for allowing me to appear before you to present the views of our association, and my county.
133. lappuse - Many of the facilities of the state experiment stations have become obsolete. We urge funding of the State Agricultural Experiment Stations Research Facilities Act. We encourage interstate cooperation to Intensify research effort and to avoid duplication.
209. lappuse - Since 1950, we have reduced the acreage in the major crops we produce by 11 percent. In 1972 we produced roughly 38 percent more food and fiber than in 1950. The productivity of American agriculture brought about by increasing technology, is certain to Increase. Crop yields per acre in normal years will continue to increase. The years in which there was a corn blight and an unprecedented export demand are not normal years. Such years do not create the kind of normal circumstances...