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Wholesale Pork Price Reporting

P. Scott Shearer

March 26, 2012

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Wholesale Pork Price Reporting


USDA has released a proposed rule that would require packers to report wholesale pork sales.  The proposed rule outlines what information packers would be required to submit to USDA and how the information would be submitted. 

Under the proposed rule, packers would submit the price of each sale, quantity and other characteristics that the USDA Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) will use to produce public marketing reports.  Public comments on the proposed rule are to be received by May 22.

Comments should be submitted electronically at www.regulations.gov or by mail to Michael Lynch, Director; USDA, AMS, LS, LGMN Division, 1400 Independence Ave., SW, Room 2619-S; Washington, DC 20250; telephone (202) 720-6231or fax (202) 690-3732.       

About the Author(s)

P. Scott Shearer

Vice President, Bockorny Group, Inc.

Scott Shearer is vice president of the Bockorny Group Inc., a leading bipartisan government affairs consulting firm in Washington, D.C. With more than 30 years experience in government and corporate relations in state and national arenas, he is recognized as a leader in agricultural trade issues, having served as co-chairman of the Agricultural Coalition for U.S.-China Trade and co-chairman of the Agricultural Coalition for Trade Promotion Authority. Scott was instrumental in the passage of China Permanent Normal Trade Relations and TPA. He is past chairman of the USDA-USTR Agricultural Technical Advisory Committee for Trade in Animals and Animal Products and was a member of the USAID Food Security Advisory Committee. Prior to joining the Bockorny Group, Scott served as director of national relations for Farmland Industries Inc., as well as USDA’s Deputy Assistant Secretary for Congressional Affairs (1993-96), serving as liaison for the Secretary of Agriculture and the USDA to Congress.

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