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hmm.i'm sure most if not all you have seen.this and this is up how the national.organizations work together MP pc.where's the National Pork Board bills.going to speak here a little bit as well.as working state organizations we're.funded voluntarily with voluntary.contributions from producers I'll talk a.little bit about that in a second here.and forty percent of the funding that MP.PC relieves receives from producers goes.back to the State of Origin did the same.things MP PC does which is let.legislative trade policy regulatory.activities and we'll talk about those in.a second we have our mission MP pcs.mission is to be the global voice of the.u.s. pork industry we do that in three.particular program areas one of course.is legislation regulation as Leon said.we have an office in Washington DC but.we're joined by our former head of that.office corporal that that carries on a.lot the bulk of that programming also in.Washington DC we have a we have a group.of individuals that work on trade policy.which is the second bubble up here the.middle one that talks about marketing.opportunities and for us it's about how.do we get access internationally in fact.it's led by Nick Giordano on staff who.happens to be in Thailand at the present.time so he does quite a bit of travel.throughout the world working on issues.of trying to access markets for us pork.as well as most recently because of the.success of exports trying to keep those.markets open so and i'll talk about.exports a second then finally our third.charge is to protect producers.livelihood it's not just producers so.the whole industries livelihood the.ability to be in business without.cumbersome undo restraints now you know.every football game needs a referee and.the pork industry needs referees too but.the point is is that you need to let the.players play and we try to keep that.atmosphere working I'm going to talk.about legislative regulatory activities.our s.i.p leader progress just give you.update on where that's at for Iowa.and then talk about trade a bit and this.has been quite a year for EM PPC it's.really been a combination of three or.four or five years of efforts that.happened to culminate in 2011 with a.number of successes one was the second.lawsuit against the EPA related to.confined animal feeding operations was.in a certain the Fifth Circuit Court in.in New Orleans and that and the issue.going on with that right now if you're.not familiar is the fact that you've got.you've got the EPA office of water.quality is attempting to put in a.national regulatory scheme that would.require all confined animal feeding.operations to register with ultimate.leader through through the state to the.federal government or if your state.doesn't have what's called delegate.authority to the federal government in.fppc is very much opposed to that now in.several states like Iowa those entities.that are permitted are already on a.database our concern however is that it.does not do any positive good to have a.large national database unless you're an.environmental organization that wants to.target somebody or even worse and we've.involved the department of homeland.security in this if you have ulterior.motives to basically get electronic.database showing all the all the.livestock production sites and that's.strategic to this country for food.animal usage so that's part of what our.fight with epa is two things happened.with the grain inspection Packers and.stockyards rule one what was proposed.and would have been a tremendous.travesty for the industry from my.perspective was was reworked and what.had been an original 2008 farm bill a.rule had been proposed to dealt with the.four things that were were talked about.there the other additional kinds of.things that would have actually.literally switched around the business.atmosphere in this industry.had been were withdrawn have not been.published and in addition to that NP PC.together with what we call the barnyard.other egg particular lifestyle groups.were successful in getting funding to.implement the rule and to work on the.rule ceased in this year's budget now.come next October first there'll be.another question if they'll start more.work but at this juncture we've been.able to move that the Mexican tariff was.a result of a duty that was placed on us.hands and other and some other products.going into Mexico as a result of the.failure the United States to live up to.its NAFTA agreements one of the things.in NAFTA was a normalization of truck.traffic that's why if you drive.interstate 80 as I do often you'll see.semi trucks with Ontario license plates.or Saskatchewan license plates NAFTA.normalize that however because of Union.pressure NAFTA the US had not really.normalized truck traffic from from.Mexico into the United States during the.Bush administration there was a pilot.project that was bringing that about it.was studying it but there was more.pressure from particularly the Teamsters.Union and what happened was that that.during a democratically controlled.Congress that program was defunded and.what happened was suddenly there was no.truck availability from Mexico into the.US and with that the Mexican Mexican.government had a NAFTA panel that said.that we were in violation the US was in.violation of rules and were able to put.on duties aprox in the United States.entering Mexico that happened with pork.eventually there was a first tranche.pork was involved in and then pork had.another tranche n PPC played I think a.very keen significant role in getting.this reversed and the duties at em PPC.were paying for those of you in Iowa.what it basically did was it made the.differential transportation from a plant.in Western.Iowa and Iowa sending hams to Mexico it.made that differential transportation.the same as the plant in brandon.manitoba so in essence the Canadians.could send them product at the same.price as the US including transportation.because of the u.s. duty we're able to.get that suspended when it was first.passed in Congress a half of the duty.came off and after it was implementing.the first truck came across the border.the duty went to zero it has been.suspended it's not been done away with.because the Mexicans have learned their.lesson that if the u.s. action this type.of way again they would be revisited but.that was very important for us and.interested me enough I know if anybody's.here from Canada if you take a look at.us trade statistics last year month by.month you can see those deep that.decrease in u.s. product into Mexico and.if you look at the corresponding.canadian numbers you can see the.increase in canadian numbers to Mexico.obviously we saw the South Korea and.Colombia and Panama free trade.agreements passed by Congress a.long-awaited effort and Kirk how long.did what that started five years ago six.years ago yeah to get these done and.finally they have been done.interestingly enough july one of last.year the South Koreans FTA with the.Europeans went into effect and we still.hadn't gotten ours done now we're in the.phase right now is called implementation.the attorneys are looking at at what the.numbers are trying to make sure that as.trade takes place that all the.regulatory things can work but that.implementation hopefully will be taking.place before the middle of the year and.we will see duties start to be reduced.those three free trade agreements you'll.see a slight later but we estimate MPP.see estimates after having dr. Dermot.Hayes at Iowa State look at that that.that will mean eleven dollars per head.when fully implemented and if you want.to take a look and this was said the.Iowa delegate meeting the other day you.want to take a look at what the down.payment on NAFTA was for Korea I mean.with free trade agreements with Korea.was take a look at this last year with.Korean I'm going to show you some slides.there but with their fmd situation they.reduce their duties.room interestingly enough not for the.pork industry it's actually a date.certain 2014 4 for certain products it's.a 10-year phase-in for frozen hams from.the US that's the longest phase in a by.that time and the duties will be reduced.proportionately through that time in the.FTA an interesting thing that got done.that Nick got done was that normally say.okay after the date of implantation.we're going to give it X number of years.to be fully implemented MP PC was able.to actually in the pork side get a date.certain because this was negotiated in.2006-2007 we said we want date certain.2014 that duties will go to 0 that did.get pushed back if you remember a year.ago there's a big story about how.automobiles didn't like the FDA with.curry and the in the Koreans came to the.United States and there was a story.about how MP PC or how pork producers.took one for the team what NPP see did.was we agreed to Adelaide a delay of.that 2014 to 2016 so now we're four.years away normally it's a five-year.implementation and so it's we still have.an accelerated implication on some.products that that are our frozen fresh.chilled will take longer to normalize.and we did quite well relative to other.meat proteins in the u.s. wyldermen.Hayes tells us is the way he figures it.is he figures what happens after it's.fully implemented if you lost that.market or that much of the market or you.had duties equivalent to what's.happening now placed on it it would cost.$11 or over ten dollars at that time.actually the number that number is.probably very concerned conservative the.eleven dollars really comes from ten.dollars that we use for Korea a dollar.dollar 12 cents from Colombia and.probably sixty-three cents from Panama I.will tell you though the German.very conservative in his ten dollar.number we think that would be much.greater and I think if we take a look at.the last year what it's what Korean.exports of shoulders has done it's.helped our market a lot bill you're.going to talk about 1 45 degree okay NP.PC had a bit of a help with this after a.lot of work done by the pork board on a.new cooking temperature for pork and.just a side note why that why is that.important G the government now says you.can cook pork to 145 what does that mean.well you have to start thinking about.what uses that reference point health.was sanitation codes and states and.cities in fact we've had some states.that have run into after the 145 they've.run into having a pork producer tenth.serving pork and 145 degrees in the.local health inspector says this isn't.116 they said USDA just said it 100 6.145 and they said well I don't work for.USDA work for the local city and we.haven't caught a fighter our local.inspection rank so there's a lot of work.yet to come but because of research.number the pork board this has been.changed which has been very beneficial.already a number of the other issues as.I mentioned on the Gypsy rule that is.it's evolving it is a much better.position it has been but that will.continue to be on our radar screen for a.while mandatory country-of-origin.labeling the US lost a suit brought by.Canada and Mexico on our em cool law the.panel ruled last fall over this year and.probably in the next year there are a.lot of issues around em cool getting it.fixed because the end result is this if.the law does not change and is left in.place as is the Canadians and Mexicans.will be able to go to the WTO and ask.for duties to be placed on the US and.the point being interestingly enough the.Canadian cattle and hog industry brought.this suit in the Canadian and the.Mexican Mexican cattle industry brought.this suit because you have importation.of Canadian hogs of the u.s. you have.importation.you have Mexican cattle in the United.States and you have product going into.Canada interestingly enough the Mexican.pork producers who we don't import any.cards from join the case and that gives.the opportunity that if this doesn't get.fixed we could see duties on our port.going both to Canada and New Mexico so.it's important we get that fixed fppc as.opposed to since its conception 2002 the.farm the quite big question is that we.can see a farm bill this year a lot of.people say well gee why is the pork.industry interest and farm bill isn't.that about crops and things in this.order is there is however other things.in the farm bill that relate directly.the pork industry one of the more major.ones deals with animal health law's and.funding of our animal Plant Health.Inspection Service that we are engaged.heavily in also FPPC is taking a.position that we need to take a look at.the long-standing position MP pcs head.to make sure that any non.environmentally sensitive land in the.CRP program Conservation Reserve Program.be allowed to come out into crop.production without penalty now it it.can't be sensitive environmental ground.we're not saying g-got prairie pothole.let's go form it but they're the way.things were done there obviously CRP and.a lot of people look at CRP as a.environmental program there was also a.land idling program that went with that.as a result of the farm crisis of the.80s and our point with it is given.situation to feed green availability if.owners decided to bring the crop crop.ground that's reasonable crop ground not.environmentally sensitive out then it.should be allowed to go into production.that will be it there'll be a number of.other debates including on the green.side of the equation the question.becomes debbie Stabenow head of the San.tag committee said she wants to have a.farm bill by by this coming July one and.they've started hearings and they're.working on it the question remains this.is an election year it's very difficult.to pass farm bills an election year one.last thing from an AG perspective.remember we talked about a farm bill of.all the spending of the farm bill.remember seventy-seven percent of the.funding in this.farmville goes to feeding programs snap.which is the old food stamps program.women's infants and children and other.food nutrition programs make up the bulk.of the farm bill and so the point is.there's going to be a lot of challenges.with that and particularly this.atmosphere of budget deficits and budget.cutting so stay tuned we have more.careful litigation on the way part of it.is hearings that our comments are just.being filed now related to this.electronic database I talked about also.with that is that we're involved in a.lawsuit in the Chesapeake Bay region and.everybody here's going away in.Chesapeake Bay because of the method.there that EPA wants to use to manage.land use for the environment in the.Chesapeake Bay between urban and rural.areas which there have been some very.strange things occur from how much is.urban how much is rural and whose.numbers are going to use and it's been.stated by this administration publicly.now recently they've been retracting it.but stating that the Chesapeake Bay will.make the a perfect guide on how to.regulate the Mississippi River watershed.which as a reminder the Mississippi.River watershed runs from western.Pennsylvania to eastern Montana so then.that affect into the Gulf of Mexico so.the point being is we can see large land.use questions and that's why we're.engaged in those side note Humane.Society United States which a reminder.is not your local animal shelter reached.agreement the United egg producers last.summer to institute a a federal law that.would dictate given production practices.in the egg industry actually a bill was.dropped this Monday in the in the house.AG committee MP pcs position is this is.a very dangerous precedent you're.talking national production standards on.foreign production standards by federal.law and NP PC has always opposed that in.fact we a situation with FDA a year ago.related to FDA inspectors.into the farm which was kind of a result.of the situation on eggs in the you in.Iowa that had spurred along NP pcs.position is like we have to do the right.thing producers have to be responsible.the industry has to be responsible but.the net effect is we do not need federal.mandated law issues related to in this.case animal welfare which there are no.fundamental federal laws on our best.dealt with at the lowest possible level.by the producer or on the local level.not on the federal level an MPP see is.aggressively aggressively opposed to.this I'd also say on Monday we had other.interesting news if you all remember the.pictures of downer cow dairy cows in.California whether the westland hallmark.situation which led to the largest beef.recall in the nation's history which had.nothing to do with food safety but hand.a lot of people got all excited about it.in the federal government and we had.actually millions of pounds of ground.beef and beef that would have gone to.our school systems that were perfectly.safe ended up in landfills which is at.some juncture depending on what country.yet on how much is available to eat is.almost a moral crime but it was dumped.one of the results of that was a state.law that says you had to euthanize the.downer animal immediately upon being.being received a packing plant problem.is anybody's dealt with pig's nose the.pigs don't necessarily always want to do.what you would like pigs to do and.putting aside those animals that are.injured or crippled or such a disease.state that they should be for their own.good euthanized you can get a.cantankerous pig you can pick as little.tuckered out or you should know you can.get a piggly just doesn't want to move.along should not just be euthanized.because it's a fatigue pig or a slow pig.or a slightly less stress pig the net.result of that is the National meet.Association took that to the local.district court it.worked its way through just this one a.stoppage on fatigue pigs in California.you know it was up it was granted on the.local level hsus the animal rights.activists appealed it to the Ninth.Circuit which is the appeal court in san.francisco which is west will attest is a.very conservative court on being.facetious it's the most liberal.appellate court in the country who then.overturned their ruling it then went to.the Supreme Court case was argued early.November on Monday the justices returned.the case 90 that the state law was in.conflict with federal preemption on.inspection and so the state law as it.relates to this is set aside however the.whole case still has yet to work through.the system so there might be more coming.on this but this was very significant.and from reading what Wayne purselley.wrote on his blog on Tuesday on Monday.night after the supreme court case and.after the egg bill was dropped you saw.the reaction hsus was not very happy at.all a quick thank you here one of the.things that God the gifs of rural.rethought was the fact that there were.over 16,000 comments came specifically.from the pork industry saying this rule.will not do what you think it's going to.do and it's going to change the.atmosphere such it's going to be quite.very difficult that stopped the.administration is trashed to take a look.at it again and so thank you for those.of you put comments in it's a classic.example of you know we will come to the.country to ask for help we don't want to.show up every Monday say hey can you.call your Congressman however it's.important that we that we have the.ability to make your voice heard a.amplify your voice as we go forward it.says it's a conducting a cost-benefit.analysis it actually did do that that.was one of our positions they had the.the proposed rule would have had in some.estimates over a hundred or over 250.million dollars worth of impact in the.US pork industry on an annual basis.there was no cost benefit analysis done.when this was proposed so with that I'm.going to move on just siting on I.mentioned that it.one of the funding sources fppc is SI p.program which is the equivalent of ten.cents on hundred dollars of value sold.currently there are a hundred and twenty.six hundred investors now those 2600.investors represent tens of thousands of.farm families that those investors we.discovered something very rapidly and.that is you know it's very easy to get a.LLC suddenly a three guys together and.that's who'd be contributed so then that.effective it is they've been very.successful we've been successful we've.got about sixty five percent of the pigs.contribute to our legislative efforts.this last year and I will we had 55 new.investors the most investors in the.industry are an isle of 526 investors.that fund MPP see and also our leader.program which is a legislative action.program that we work with coordinating.producers and we do small training.sessions take about 23 hours talk about.the interface and how we can work we.have about a thousand leader members.over the course of the country the ship.it to an iowa we had 20 new folks from.iowa show up if you're not a person.that's a leader please Celia and see me.I'd ask your help we try to do this we.do to some basic training and we're.trying to do but we we don't try to take.a lot of your time but there are times.when we have to put a call out that we.have to get word in and these are the.folks we rely to really spur up and get.response so and we could help have used.some help in eastern iowa in represented.Braley and representative love sets.district but we'll take help throughout.the state throughout the country this.coming year we have all elections all.the time I think we're already seeing.that with just the primaries going on.the Republican side just recently the.state of the union address a lot of.discussion about legislative regulator.punt typically during election years a.lot of things don't happen don't occur.however this is one of the concerns we.have on this us hsus uep bill there is.the possibility that something could.occur some night.when there's very few people on the in.the Chamber's to say let's do unanimous.consent and if somebody hasn't prepared.for this we could end up getting getting.a the hsus bill and I tell you the other.concern with it is depending on who you.have and whose agenda they have they.just say well let's also do a gestation.stalls and let's let's in fact make a.new laws relates to a square footage and.a whole bunch of other things somebody.with ulterior motives so we're watching.that closely big question who's driving.the bus get ready for another.debt-ceiling debate here coming the end.of this or in the next month and into.March and we do it we do anticipate more.gridlock generally just a number of.things going on feat Vale ability is.important and mentioned the k4 database.there's other kinds of things on.liability questions on third-party.manure management issue on this order.we've got the error mission study and.the federal government's still trying to.figure out what regulations and methods.going to use to to do data related to.what they're going to use as far as the.data analysis of the air mission study.on on gases released by livestock.operations I've already mentioned a lot.of these one of the things if you happen.to have land in Iowa you do there's a.this talk about permitting drain.drainage tile just so you know on the.federal level potentially coming out of.EPA before you put any fencing top down.you go through a process of permitting.forwards so heads up really not a really.not a pork industry issue other than the.fact of course it has some ramifications.on manure handling but it's certainly a.green issue number of things happening.on food safety issues that we watch or.science technology issues one thing I.put for it here this guidance 209 we.expect to see something happening with.that what it is is the FDA is going to.basically look at they've been looking.at sub-therapeutic levels of antibiotic.labeling normally labeled the original.labels they had were under the title of.growth promotion because people didn't.understand.exactly that what was happening why the.animals did better gee do you think it.might have been they were healthier but.then that effect of it is FDA has been.looking at that they're looking at.potentially bringing forward new a new.guidance and how that's regulated which.could very well which most likely will.mean restricted access to certain.antibiotic classes vfd stands for the.veterinary feed directive it means how.do you manage this house producer manage.that a veterinary feed directive means.before the fetus before either the feed.is has it has mike medication next to it.or before you medicate through water.that you would have to have a veterinary.prescription you can understand what the.hassle that would be if you had to have.a veterinary prescription for every load.of feed that's why we're working to work.on what's the proper way it can be done.electronically how do we do it again we.have to do the right stuff we have to we.have to provide a high-quality safe.product to the consumer great value but.again some of the stuff becomes.burdensome the other thing I just.mentioned is actually there's a there's.a ped doofah a human pharmaceutical drug.user fee act bill that will pass this.year or that will be up for.authorization this year that's on the.humid pharmaceutical side that's where.we see things like Pam doses we're an.outlaw any antibiotics being fed to Hugh.animals that are used in human medicine.that will lead into the discussion of.the reauthorization of a do for next.year we don't see that happening we.don't see that banning happening on the.human side this year but it will get.discussed in there will be a temp made.and interestingly enough anybody.understands why no marks a perm noses.where a dufek aim from but doofah was.established by the animal health.companies as a way to get more more.breaking edge science products to the.marketplace because of the backlog our.government has going through things and.this is a case where they am a health.company.pay the federal government to review the.research they've done but now it's going.to be used it's being used for other.purposes in this case issues related to.antibiotics how am i doing bill I got a.little bit of time left let me just talk.briefly about I just want to talk a.little bit of every group I talked about.and part of this goes to first the.world's changed I think we all know that.things are a lot different today than.they were when I grow but there's a.there's a tremendous amount and this is.also one of the benefit for the young.people in this audience I think long.term I am so optimistic about the.opportunities in agriculture in the.future now why I get the part of this.and give you a little perspective on it.just side note this Orange Line.accordingly the food and agriculture.organization of the UN is that 2,800.calories of food produced per capita.daily by a country and this orange line.means that your country has reached food.security if you can produce that food.and the blue line on top is for what the.developed world has done gee the u.s..you know we talk about abundance we feed.the world Europe other developed.countries but below this this red line.is what the world has averaged.throughout the world and in 2006 finally.the world became a place where it had.food security we produce enough food the.concerned then the issue became who's.going to consume what were and that's.basic food serve the security these.other lines you see below it are Africa.Asia and others now the UN projects by.the year 2050 that we're going to.increase our world population somewhere.around nine billion actually the the low.ranges are a little about eight billion.in the upper range nears 11 billion but.we're going to we're going to have an.increase of at least thirty percent more.people more mouths to feed between now.and 2050 and the UN is also saying that.not only have more mouths to feed we're.going to have to double food production.okay now where's that population coming.from that blue area in the.bottom are developed nations the.population growth is coming from less.developed countries obviously India.Africa etc so we're going to see a lot.more people and there's going to be a.real demand for food with that just a.perspective and I give you another.perspective on this one the anticipation.by the UN is that we're going to see.this huge trend continued in population.growth going to urban areas okay and.rural areas and this is happening in.China right now people are migrating.from the country into the cities which.has given the Chinese government some.dynamics to deal with but the point.being is our rural populations probably.are about peaked out we're going to be.about as densely populated in rural.areas except for around major.metropolitan areas a side note of this.do you think that has any bearing in the.future when you have that kind of urban.population that relies on you to produce.food on their interest and telling you.how to do things so there's going to be.a pressure their long-term that we're.going to have to remember but I just.want to put that thought in your mind as.we go forward because it's not just G.times will be great but it'll also be.there will be dynamics we have to deal.with here's the one I really want to put.forward those and this is just the types.of calories consumed in the world and.the moves from left to right you can see.in the bag goes 1979 1997-98 e12.projections for 2030 and this doesn't.even go to 20 2015 yet I just want I.just want you to take a look however at.this orange area that's me that's.projected that's real and projected meat.consumption per capita okay so the net.effect this is not an annualized basis.but the point being is I just showed you.the chart ramp more people but the.projections are they're going to eat.more meat okay so that's why I'm very.optimistic about the future this.industry and livestock production the.question becomes one will it be in this.country of somewhere else now being.optimistic i want to point this out and.this is the food price index from the.food.cultural organization based in in Italy.but it's part of UN and the point is is.that we're on an uptrend and if you're.an economist you can take a straight.line and just draw a straight line into.the future on the uptrend but for the.producers in this group by just a.reminder the uptrend is up for court the.issue is the realities will be this way.we're going to have Peaks that we have.valleys and that's risk management we're.gonna have times we're gonna lose money.we're at times are going to make money.generally over time we're going to grow.but it isn't just unbridled optimism it.is the managed risk and managed optimism.quick one about our exports every time.we get a free trade agreement we get.increased exports these are the export.numbers for pork and pork variety meats.that would be normally we call those.Awful's livers lungs tongues brains.faces ears this year versus last year.one thing I point out our exports in.volume to Korea this past year because.of their foot mouth disease situation.went from one hundred and sixty three.thousand metric tons through November of.2010 to four hundred and fifty two.thousand tons one hundred and.seventy-seven percent increase in export.volume on the export value it increased.by one hundred and twenty six percent.and you can just can't prove that.quickly Japan increased part of that was.the tsunami situation us NP PC and pork.board were some of the first in the.country to donate money into the relief.funds because the importance of the.Japanese market to us Mexico had a.slight increase in volume but a slight.decrease in in value and remember what I.said that's that's in a year where we.for almost three quarters of the year.had a duty on our port going into Mexico.so we did well anyway the net effective.is we ended up the year or she's me we.ended up November twenty-nine percent.increase in volume year over year.eighteen percent increase in value but.the critical thing was.our exports at the end of October sent a.new annual export record for us port so.the second two years the second two.months of the year are just going to.increase the size of that so very great.success if your interests you can take a.look at these these are just where the.value is year-over-year then graphically.course the value and on Japan and in.Mexico's Canada Hong Kong is higher.Russia has been interesting market.you'll see that the people we talked.about in South Korea and a little bit of.changes here Russia are volumes actually.dealing down a little bit our volumes in.Mexico this was actually this is.actually this is not quite well a.year-to-year basis were down a little.bit through november in Mexico and Japan.we had great increases and finally it's.estimated by German Hayes's Iowa State.twenty-three percent of the muscle meat.produced in 2011 exported out of the.country that means basically in twenty.and twenty seven percent if you include.the offals then that effect of that is.one I've heard for pics so when you look.in the barn when I very the for the meat.from those animals one of every force is.destined international and durban.Hayes's projection this past year is $55.the value of every hog sold $55 of that.animals value is a result of exports.okay very quickly I talked about the.free trade agreements that process going.forward you're going to talk about.farmer ranch Alliance I assume NP pcs a.part of this we a lot a lot of Andy's.have involved the reason that MP pcs.involved with this the old adage G most.most American consumers are team two.generations off the farm I to submit the.probably four or five generations away.from the farm now and unfortunately the.reverse is true most farmers are.probably for the five generations.removed from thinking about consumer.issues and the point is we have to have.a good dialogue is as I said yeah more.people in urban areas wanting to dictate.the kinds of issues that you're going to.have to dictate and producing.

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Two pipes P and Q are opened together to fill a tank. Both the pipes fill the tank in time“x” If Q separately took 16 minutes more time than “x” to fill the tank and Q took 36 minutes more time than “x” to fill the tank, then find out the value of x?

P ALONE = X+16 MINUTES Q ALONE = X+ 36 MINUTES TOGETHER IN 1 MINUTE = 1/ ( X+16) + 1/(X+36) = 1/X x = 24 minutes ANSWER CHECK 1/40 + 1/60 = 5/120 = 1/24

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