Kansas producers set policy focused on business issues
Members of the Kansas Livestock Association (KLA) have approved policy calling for improvements in the states highway system, producer compliance with approved animal care practices, and the preservation of private property rights. Policy action on these and other key livestock business issues was taken during the groups annual meeting Dec.
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