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and the calculation of those tabulations.on your cost of production formulation.sheets it took the board a very short.time with no major adjustment at all.between the commodities it is the duty.of the board as we move toward contracts.has stated in the membership agreement.to review contracts for the purpose of.keeping balance between commodities and.also in reviewing these figures and.looking at them with parity figures we.found out that the farmers also know.what it costs when we got through taking.their calculator their tabulations and.putting them together although is a.slight increase in several cases over.parity but to the old parity formulation.I'm sure it wouldn't have been but even.now it's very close this is a historic.night because out of here we leave this.convention with a goal to talk about to.all the farmers in this country but more.important we leave this convention not.just with a goal but with a nationwide.structure with delivery capabilities to.make the major buyers the four or five.in every commodity that are nationwide.compete for our production when we.united nationwide and as we build that.production toward the 30% operation 30.the clincher as we move toward those.goals we have the backup systems the.nationwide structure and the delivery.system to bring about orderly marketing.and collective bargaining into a.position of reality these figures will.be empty figures.unless we make up our minds that we back.them up with determination dedication.and unity of purpose the price goals.that you have determined and are.recommended by the Board of Directors is.Andheri and this will include of course.normal transportation differentials and.various commodities from the places that.they normally a considered base prices.dairy.bottling milk twelve dollars and seventy.five cents per hundredweight.manufacturing milk eleven dollars and.eighty cents per hundredweight corn.three dollars and 20 cents a bushel hard.red winter wheat four dollars and ninety.five cents a bushel soybeans seven.dollars and fifty five cents per bushel.flat cattle of thousand pound choice.deer basis sixty five hours and twenty.five cents per hundred ways feeders 500.pound choice steers sixty nine dollars.and fifty cents per hundredweight sixty.nine dollars and fifty cents per.hundredweight.hogs one two three.fifty three dollars and fifty cents per.hundredweight Lambs.fifty nine dollars and five cents per.hundredweight.upland cotton seventy nine cents per.pound edible beans twenty four dollars.and fifty cents per hundredweight other.feed grains will of course be in normal.feeding relationship to corn and other.wheat prices will be in normal.relationship to hard red winter those.and we can give you those as the.department's can give you the normal.relationship between those when you ask.for him by the various commodities it.was impossible to figure all of them and.to break them down those are the price.goals that have been approved by the.National Board of Directors and you know.there's one thing about it when you look.at those prices it isn't anything.farmers haven't already received that's.just been taken away from us handed.you look at those prices and that's what.you find this is a preliminary of course.to the completion of operation 30 the.clincher the clincher means the final.reaching of all the goals we sought to.reach based on the cost of production.plus a reasonable profit it means that.this is a culmination of all the efforts.put in up to now with clear goals to.achieve with the plans to achieve those.by increasing our volume improving our.bargaining position very rapidly coming.come Monday morning not waiting now.after Christmas and New Year's and.that's up to you of course.well when we look at it what do we have.to talk to the non members about or the.non participating in fo members number.one we are the only organization in.American agriculture that's nationwide.that has a system of collective.bargaining and a delivery system to back.it up that can make the large major.companies compete nationwide nobody else.has that.we have a structural plan of a commodity.Minutemen system that will discuss more.tomorrow that could make it possible.with a minimum effort on the part of a.few people in a thousand green counties.for example to put together 1 billion.bushel of grain in this country in the.period of the next two weeks if we go.home and decide to do it and there.wouldn't be a major green company in.this country that would not have to come.to the nfo to get part of their supply.and that's a part of pricing and that's.a part of bargaining and that's a.position we can do in hogs milk right on.down the line.cattle you name it that's what we can do.the next point it's the beginning of a.courageous plan a courageous effort and.a determination that we understand that.in operation xxx putting together 30.percent of the nation's production by.various commodities to go through the.nfo nationwide collection dispatch and.delivery system that in doing that we.will then have 10 County meetings buy.various commodities not larger than 10.counties in which we will then sit down.for the final legal record of.establishing the cost of production plus.a reasonable profit and that will be.coordinated by telephonic communication.as we vote on our prices and raise our.hands and our meetings in our area.knowing that it's being done in every.other corner of the nation and that then.we announce those prices and if we don't.get them it means a holding action and.all-out holding action I say it's time.for us to go out of this convention with.pride I for one am tired of other.staining staying behind the curtains and.picking at us without them getting out.to give farmers the leadership and the.courage to back up that leadership and.the opportunity to fight for fairness.and justice and the respect of the.American farmer and the American public.and everybody else in this nation.I'm tired of any of us apologizing in.any way for the unmatched record of the.nfo that never before has there been a.collective bargaining program for.American agriculture never has there.been a nationwide coordinated structure.and that's what we have in the large.companies the ability and the capability.to put together our production whether.it's in California Maine Texas Minnesota.or you name it that when you put your.production together whichever state.you're from here it's put with other nfo.members and farmers and I for one I'm.not going to apologize for holding.actions or for the use of them in any.way.and the next time that I won't hear.somebody say I don't like the nfo.because of the holy action I'm going to.say to them.then you are not as smart as a large.companies in this country that announcer.prices that also have a holding action.when they do it you're not as smart as.the working people on the factory line.let's strike if they want to to get.through waste wages that they feel are.fair and just only the American farmers.are hesitant to stand up and be counted.and it's time we change.and I will say this among other things.that if there were any other.organization in America that had a.hundred percent of the production not.just thirty I sincerely believe that.they would like to courage to lead the.fight of the economic battle necessary.and they take the whole hundred percent.to the marketplace and say what will you.give me and I'm not worried or concerned.about criticism when we know we're right.and we're just but I am concerned about.the fact that we haven't had the pride.to go out and state our position and.challenge anybody else to offer a plan.or have the courage to lead the American.farmers into a fight for justice.fairness and respect and it's time we.got that pride that we deserve and that.we've earned and that we stand behind.each other and we use our influence to.call on every American farmer to go to.battle with us for fairness justice and.respect.tomorrow afternoon beginning in the.morning every department is going to say.how the plans of backing up what you've.decided this week and finished tonight.how to specifically do what's necessary.you know I was in a meeting now long ago.where a forum was being held and I think.I'm not sure that they were concerned.discussing world food problems and the.panel apparently had done a good job of.talking about world food problems and.world leaves and I got in there just.when some young lady got up and stumped.the panel and you know what she did she.asked a little simple question what does.an interested person do it wasn't so.simple was it not a one of them could.say the first thing that she could do.and that's the reason that we have our.commodity Minutemen system of the.variations of it so we want you to leave.this convention commodity by commodity.understanding what you're supposed to do.come Monday morning so there can be no.doubt because I think you either take.the action and you use your.determination and your influence to hit.every corner and every nook of this.country like bumblebees in every county.your Hornets if you want to that don't.give up to be able to unite not for me.not for the nfo but if you don't do it.for yourself.what other chance is there to get a.price based on the cost of production.plus a reasonable profit that is a.decision you have to make and I want you.to think tonight and tomorrow as the.convention continues and finishes as we.try to outline to you your specific.duties your specific steps and if there.are those that you say well I've talked.to the people in my home county too much.they won't listen to me well there's an.old saying and an expert is somebody a.long ways from home so we'll ask you to.go a few days about a hundred mile from.home with other people just like you you.know what the story is and you can have.that influence there's going to be a.place in a way for everybody in this.auditorium man woman lady everybody and.I want us to turn this force of people.loose throughout this country because we.represent all corners of it to take the.leadership in American agriculture that.should have been done 30 or 40 years ago.many of you have fought worked and you.want to finish it while you still got.vigour left a young man that I'm sure.this afternoon and the green meeting.spoke what a lot of young farmers are.saying here in this meeting he asked the.question of the people here if I go home.and work can I be sure you're doing it.too.that's the question but I want us in 90.days time to turn this country upside.down for fairness justice and respect.you've got your goals think tonight.congratulations on a historic step but.let's make this a reality and do it with.determination fairness encouraged that.the American farmer should have had a.long time ago let's do it.somebody just reminded me I'm not going.to make another speech good I got plenty.more to say I hope to be able to say it.tomorrow but you know 10 years ago we.met in Milwaukee and I'm going to tell.you a little something tonight.publicly that is funny and it's it's.over now and enough gone and that was.that everybody said or almost everybody.said except being there for people that.we never have the courage to have a milk.holding action and I'll tell you one.that a little secret we were getting.ready for the holding action and I had.had information that the Department of.Agriculture officials and all were.saying nfo will never call a milk.holding action and I remember this.particular time it was the started four.o'clock in the afternoon wasn't it you.know how I remember that so well at.three o'clock in the afternoon I got a.phone call from Secretary of Agriculture.Orville Freeman secretary came in and.said Orville Freeman's on the phone oh.my gosh.yeah word must have gotten out it's been.out for four or five hours and the.government must be going to try to take.steps before we have the action and I.thought well I'm not going to talk to.you after four o'clock next I was too.late anyway everybody already knows it.out in the country I just well find out.what he wants to know came on and he.said hi Orly I said hi mr. secretary how.are you he said fine how are you only I.said great I wasn't going to say any.more about only about the weather.his next was he said we're having a.meeting down.next week in the department to discuss a.dairy I said well what's it all about.mr. secretary well we said we're going.to discuss the new uses of dairy.products and advertising and we're going.to discuss new methods of selling milk.products but he said I want you to.understand before you come there'll be.no discussion of price I said well mr..secretary I know I can take you in my.confidence but I said I won't be able to.come he said well why not I'd like to.have you I said well you know in a very.short time and that is one hour from now.a milk holding action starts and there.was utter silence on the other end of.the phone and he said every start he.said how big an area.I said nationwide he said he said what.do you think will happen I said I don't.know.he said this is where made him I can.remember it well he said I've never told.this I thought I'd tell it tonight.because horrible Freeman couldn't deny.it but he and I are the only ones on I'm.sure he wouldn't I said oh I can assure.you we are going to fight with all the.energy and strength we have the Dairy.Farmers prices and a lot of places.manufactured milk is $3 or below dairy.farmers are going to be forced off the.farm and we're gonna give them a chance.to fight and I said I can assure you we.do not intend to violate any laws if.there's any sign of that at any time you.feel free to call me but we're going to.fight with all the strength we have to.stop the liquidation of dairy farmers in.this country and he said well I can see.why you won't be at the meeting good.luck.only a few people know that they knew it.in the office.his verbatim and you know the next story.was as we got pretty close to the.contracts of course government action.taken the I have to tell you more now.start telling you I guess but I got a.call from her soul Newsome one morning.and he said I have am speaking for.people in government and unless you call.off a milk holding action and this was.at about nine o'clock Washington time a.government is going to take action and.he said I've got to let them know in 15.minutes.I said Herschel I want to talk to a few.people but I think I know the answer.already 15 minutes is not very long but.I think I know the answer I called him.back in a few minutes and he was a.master of the Grange I called him back.and I said you can tell whoever you're.speaking for that we hope the government.doesn't take action but the threat of.government action doesn't slow down our.desire to give the American dairy farmer.an opportunity to fight and you can tell.them that we're going to continue the.action.all I'm saying this to you for is that.another step to it and that is if you'll.go back and check the records we were.also told that there wouldn't be any.milk hearings do you remember that and.do you remember the nationwide milk.hearings that raised the price of milk.40 cents a hundred how many of you.remember that after that and then you.remember we rattled the sword or saber.just I shouldn't say that you know be.misinterpreted I might be misquoted but.we started talking about enough another.milk action and you know what they had.another hearing and we got another 40.cents you remember that few months later.there's a lot of these things we.couldn't tell you and I was told that.the department said they just couldn't.raise the price while the holding action.is on but they were determined that.they'd better raise it people told me.from within the department as soon as.one way or another something happened.they would have a nationwide hearing.that was the same Secretary of.Agriculture not many days before said we.wouldn't even discuss price in that.dairy meeting in Washington I tell you.this for a couple of reasons to give the.historic significance of this our.courage and our willingness to do what.nobody predicts that we will do because.we're willing to fight for fairness and.justice but also don't let everybody in.this country know that we have just as.much courage as we ever had and I.believe more determination than we ever.had because we are close to our goals.and we're not going to turn back now.with the help of everybody that has.joined us and everybody that's been a.part of it and I hope that reminder that.we have done a lot of things and we have.a lot of things around in this country.just one example just one example that.it gives you the pride to go back home.and be proud to be an NF o-- member and.to be a proud to put the production.together so we can get the cost of.production plus a reasonable profit and.that's my last speech tonight.Jorn Lee the specialties Department this.last year is made some of the greatest.increases that have has ever made it has.again doubled its volume in the various.commodities of hay sunflowers dry edible.beans and all the others that we.represent Mill have included at our.meetings this convention both on Tuesday.and Thursday we've had the best meetings.that we have ever had at any convention.better turn out better enthusiasm and a.determination in leaving those meetings.that they were going to do something in.hay for example the people are convinced.that we can expand hay into states that.were not in now and if you know anything.about hey you're aware that there is.virtually no state in the Union it.doesn't raise it doesn't have it for.sale the members left with the.understanding and knowing how they can.develop the hay program on a national.basis and other states and have left.with the determination to do that in dry.edible beans is an example in our.meeting the members got together and.decided to put blocks together and.already have them initiated that will.take and bargain with with no strings.attached to break it out of the doldrums.beans if you're not a bean producer are.absolutely horrible the price on them.they're down to levels that are below.depression levels and the membership.says we'll give you the beans let's go.to work.not only in the states that we're in.right now but in other areas absolutely.positive attitude then probably one of.the highlights of our meetings and this.convention was the sunflower meeting.where the members have made up their.mind that they're going to have a.continuous program in sunflowers and let.me explain that for just a moment in.sunflowers in the past the trade and the.business world were only interested in.the production starting about in July.for that September when it came off last.year for the first time we were able to.contract in March in other words about.four months in advance of any time.previous so that we started contracting.before sunflowers were ever planted this.year already for nineteen seventy seven.crop we've already started contracting.it's a record it's a history marked.event because it's never been done.before in addition to that the members.came here to this convention with.already blocked half as much production.as it took us all last year to put.together already today we have half as.much as we had all last year they.realized that right here at the.convention there was enough production.that they could increase that to seventy.five percent of what we had last year.right here by this afternoon they also.decided that when they got back to their.respective counties in the sunflower.growing areas that they're going to go.out Monday morning and sign up for.nineteen seventy seven production.additional flowers to increase our block.over last year.and if they were going to sign up those.flowers that are still available this.year that have not been sold through the.organization and by doing that we'll be.in the market continuously from.month-to-month for the whole year.another first it was this type of.determination that marked the whole of.all of our meetings and specialties and.gave the people enthusiasm and courage.to continue as they are and I say that.they deserve a great hand to have that.kind of an opinion and determination to.see if these programs go go to the top.30% cost of production.to save our farms thank you sent to you.the Honorable Fred rich wooden of New.York.Thank You president Orly Staley Devon.woodland you know folks in Washington.where plagued by all sorts of.organizations and is the only urban.member of the House Agriculture.Committee I'm obviously the target for.every lobbyist of every farm.organization in the country there's one.organization I love working with I.believe in it it's the best of all the.organization's it's the National farm.organization.and I really mean it I've worked with.all four organizations and you folks by.the young organization you're sensitive.and I think you're all willing to.understand that we're one country one.world that we have to live together and.they were going to work together and.Gulliver's Travels the King gave it for.his opinion that whoever could make two.ears of corn or two blades of grass to.grow upon a spot of ground where only.one grew before people out over there.and microphone nine anyway in Gulliver's.Travels as I said they gave it for the.opinion that whoever could make two ears.of corn two blades of grass to grow upon.a spot of ground where only one group of.four would deserve better of mankind and.do more essential service to his country.than the whole race of politicians put.together.well it's one of that race of.politicians I wholeheartedly agree with.that and even beyond that is the only.urban member of the House Agriculture.Committee totaling at representing a.totally urban district I applaud you the.men men and women who do make two years.of corn and two blades of grass grow.where only one grew before but in the.realities we face in our bicentennial.year there's no question that the.cultivation of our nation's most.national most valuable national and.natural resource our billion plus acres.of crop pasture and orchard land depends.upon the work of politicians as well as.the never-ending work of farmers.ranchers and the whole range of.dedicated people in the agricultural.industry 1977 will be a watershed year.for all of us for you as food producers.and for me as a food oriented politician.in our recent history only 1933 1949 and.1962 have been similarly critical years.this year those of us concerned with.Agricultural Policy will deal with the.Omnibus farm bill food stamps public law.of 480 which is the food for Peace.program and the pesticide bill.individually each bill will directly.affect you but in equally important ways.each piece of legislation will directly.affect every American including my own.constituents in my nine square mile.district the 14th congressional district.of Brooke.you know my 9 square mile district is.one of the smallest districts in the.United States geographically I have.550,000 constituents it's been called by.the Almanac of American politics the.most multi-ethnic district in the United.States.I have representatives of every country.belong to the United Nations live in my.district 48% of my people are black 20%.of Hispanic the rest belong to every.ethnic group in the country and it's.only 9 square miles and I spent the last.two years traveling around meeting you.folks.traveling with your Congress members.like Rick Nolan Tom Harkin Buerkle Vidal.Martha Keyes.Floyd Fithian and their districts go.from 20,000 square miles on up so I.suppose I'm at the upper opposite end of.the of the yes fear there are however.other forces at work in our society the.will directly affect we producers.cattlemen poultry men dairyman and row.crop producers as well as urban workers.and their families.in fact even taking into account the.terrible economic and environmental.pressures of 1933.I believe that 1977 is going to be the.most important year in terms of food.oriented legislation in our nation's.history there's no doubt in my mind that.food production and distribution will be.the overriding economic political social.environmental and moral issue of the.next decade how well every nation in the.global community fares how will we get.along with each other in this nuclear.age how well we are able to solve our.energy problems.all these basic issues are dependent.upon a sufficient supply of food.produced and delivered to people when.and where they need it now specifically.and of immense interest to all of us are.the provisions of the Omnibus farm bill.that Congress must begin working on next.month the target prices for wheat feed.grains rice dairy products and cotton.must all be raised to reflect the.drastically increased costs of.production faced by farmers.we must reform the peanut program.possibly turning into a target and loan.program of special interest to me and to.my constituents living in the third.poorest district in the state of New.York.is reform of the food stamp program this.program with all its well-publicized.faults is both essential for our.nation's poor and with its.billion-dollar market for your products.extremely beneficial for the farm.economy we must examine the priorities.and programs of the recipients of our PL.480 program that's the food for peace to.ensure that our food is being properly.distributed to those we needed without.the suffocating bureaucratic nightmares.of inefficiencies kickbacks payoffs that.mark to many of these necessary programs.I was absolutely horrified a year ago.when I had breakfast with secretary Butz.and he mentioned to me that Henry.Kissinger was on his way to avrat to.Egypt with 200 million dollars worth of.wheat in his back pocket to help him.along with his political negotiations I.don't think we met Americans grew that.way and donated to starving people to.help maintain dicted dictatorships.around the world did we.furthermore tropics insurance programs a.woefully small they must be expanded.nationwide and adjustments must be made.to the USDA disaster relief programs to.take into account the new economics.facing farmers we will also have to come.to grips with such controversial.measures as grain reserves price.supports or quotas particularly for.sugar production and finance and.assistance for young farmers I think we.all recognize that unless we pass some.special legislation there's no way we.can ever get our young people of America.enough capital to start farming also we.must expand and redirect agricultural.research efforts and debate the.extension of the federal insecticide.fungicide and rodenticide Act commonly.called FIFRA in addition I'd like to see.an expanded USDA nutrition education.program and in a move that I strongly.believe will help bring together those.of you who produce our food and.consumers I believe we need consumer.representation on USDA advisory boards.overall I promise that I will fight in.the Agriculture Committee.and on the floor of the house for a bill.that represents my strongly held.philosophy and my conviction that the.best consumer policy this country can.have is a positive fair and progressive.farm policy.I'll fight for reasonable supports.decent levels of insurance and.guarantees who will once and for all.enable the American farmer to receive.their just share of an enormous gross.national product in the United States.and only by allocating adjusts fair to.the American farmer can we preserve the.family farmer and stop this horrible.erosion throughout the United States.where each state each year shows a loss.of family farmers we Americans have to.understand that the foundation of.farming is our family farmers and.hopefully this 1977 bill well once a for.all strengthened each and every family.so they can maintain their farms in.decency dignity and with a reasonable.amount of profit.the day is past when such farm bills can.be considered only as narrow special.interest legislation just as the day has.passed when a to New York City can be.considered a strictly urban matter our.nation is so interrelated that each.segment of our economy is directly.affected by both positives and adverse.changes in another the farm legislation.will be drafting early next year in.reality and in the finest sense of the.word will be American legislation it's.vital to our entire nation problems a.unique strength a coalition which.understands that neither of us can.survive alone we can only survive.together you know friends in my city of.New York we have 8 million people my 8.million people.in order to survive need 40 million.acres of your land.that's farmland pasture land and grazing.land 40 million acres I call them ghost.acreage each one of each American.requires 5 acres of land now 40 million.acres is more farmland.than you have in the entire northeast.section of the United States and that's.what we alone need in order to keep New.York City fed that's how important you.are now I'd like to spend a few moments.exploring a series of related problems.that many of you in rural America have.not been forced to come to grips with.yet almost a year ago I located a.previously classified CIA document.outlining the potential political.implications of climate that today most.experts agree is in a period of change.virtually all these climatologists agree.that probable change will lead to cooler.and in many parts of our country.dryer growing seasons you far better.than I know what that would mean.coincidentally one year ago the National.Academy of Science published the results.of a 3-year study in five carefully.documented volumes that indicated that.virtually what every one of you knows.the insect population is at best only.being kept at bay and in many cases is.actually expanding damage by genetically.becoming immune to our pesticide.defenses energy costs at every level of.farm production are soaring and there's.a real concern today about the necessary.supply of natural gas for nitrogen and.fertilizer produced by the early early.1980s in addition the cost of mining our.phosphate a skyrocketing foreign excess.of the national rate of inflation and as.you know supplies of potash a constantly.in a state of flux.to further complicate our problems.farmland costs for either purchase or.rental are being forced upward by.increased non agricultural pressures.also the tax load farmers must bear is.rising out of all proportion to the.amount of produce that can be grown on.that land water supplies are being.depleted as our irrigation wells are.sunk deeper and deeper and the current.drought has reduced many of our.reservoirs to dangerously low levels in.some parts of the nation finally labor.negotiations are escalating all through.the country and as we know the stability.of world markets particularly on food.commodities is always a day-to-day.matter in short every area of concern.for the already over concern farmer.indicates potential problems in the very.near future.these problems are all serious you and I.both know that any one of them can wreak.havoc with your annual plans even a.short spell of drought and cold weather.damaged over 1 billion dollars of.vegetable crops in California this past.year and I don't have to tell those of.you from the Dakotas and Minnesota what.the drought did to your area I was.horrified I was out in Rick Nolan's.district in Minnesota and noted that for.the three years straight.not a single farmer there was able to.produce a decent crop now let's try a.small experiment though suppose I waved.my magic wand you know magic wands are.very popular in Washington and suppose.just for a minute that all these.problems went away let's hope the.climate won't change energy prices will.stay at today's levels new fresh water.supplies I discovered and all those.conflicts over land use will disappear.now another wave of the wand your pest.control works perfectly nobody wants to.build a free freeway through your farm.nobody's trying to develop it into.something else like a housing project or.a coal mine.Time magazine selects the American.farmer as the man of the year and the.nation says keep it up you're doing.great and then to top it all Washington.gives you a tax cut along with a 1977.bill you need and you deserve that.sounds beautiful doesn't it could we ask.for anything more.well yes as a matter of fact we could.here's what I as a member of that race.of politicians have to put in the what.my one down because there's something.that could defeat us all even if that.dream world I just painted were to.become true there's a greater problem we.must deal with and it's all around us.it's universal but we rarely talk about.it we've never.had to deal with it before not in all of.man's history not now like we do right.now the most ominous problem facing.mankind today is the quiet an ex herbal.growth in human numbers throughout the.world this growth often outpaces food.production and outpaces our ability to.build schools hospitals and homes it.increases the size of our government.it makes overall energy conservation.futile it devours national parks.wilderness area and farmland it breeds.urban shanty towns and those shanty.towns in turn breathe poverty disease.ignorance hopelessness and terror this.growth threatens to destroy our very.life support system the natural.environment how did the situation happen.how did it get so bad without our ever.really perceiving it what is the real.population situation now and what can we.do about it.well those questions are the most.important three questions the American.farmer or the American consumer can ask.today there's this a persistent idea.that has hampered all nations from time.to time that the enemy is always some.outside danger some lurking powerful.threat owes endowed with the best.arsenal that our imagination can give.them well my friends in our time the.real enemy your real enemy in the farm.community and my enemy in Brooklyn is.population growth if we were to climb an.observation tower we wouldn't need a.very powerful telescope to see this.enemy in action this growth can be.observed very close to home Mexico it's.one of our largest neighbors.in 1900 her population was 13 million.between 1900 and 1920 it grew by 1.5.million between 21 and 40 he grew by 5.4.million in the 50s nine million people.were added and between 1960 and 1976 25.million people were added to Mexico's.population in a short 20 years Mexico's.population will double to over 120.million people and conceivably within.the lifetime of your children Mexico's.population could exceed that of China.today I must emphasize that Mexico is.but an example of how tragic population.growth has become what I've described in.Mexico has been repeated in countries.around the world world population is on.a roller coaster that is just beginning.the first steep hill while it took.almost all of recorded history for the.Earth's population to number 1 billion.people that was up to the year 1830 only.100 years passed until another billion.people were added to the earth census.then sometime in 1960 the world's third.billion passenger climbed aboard.sometime in 1974 a fourth billion.passenger got on the earth ship and in a.very short time in approximately 12.years another billion people will buy.tickets for a ride on Spaceship Earth in.other words in 1830 the world's.population was 1 billion in 1930 it had.doubled in 1960 and went up another.vision in 74 and added one more billion.and by 1986 we'll be up to 5 billion.people now what does this growth.in human numbers mean for the future of.mankind well I believe a less is checked.the world will experience famines and.starvation on a scale never before seen.in history slightly over 13 years from.now even if all goes well with our.climate our agricultural input and.everything else the world will still run.out of food over 100 million people will.face starvation and the next year.another hundred million now its.ominously hinted by our Central.Intelligence Agency how long do you.think these hundreds of millions of.people are gonna sit still and not.attempt to take food from some other.country it doesn't take a very fertile.imagination to project what happens when.a country or a group of terrorists sees.other nations or people such as the.United States with ample supplies of.food while they face starvation when.there's only two think a few moments to.fully comprehend the lethal consequences.of continued population growth hungry.nations are not going to be friendly or.peaceful nations terrorists will be all.too willing to make us an offer we can't.refuse but we must not only look at.those less developed nations America is.sitting on one of the most serious.population problems in the world that's.right our own surveys have shown that.most Americans don't think we have a.population problem well nothing could be.more wrong every year another 3.4.million Americans are added to this.nation of ours more each year than the.populations of some 60 nations if this.current growth rate continues the US.population will double in about 50 years.in the year.20:26 and as you know many of our.children will be still around in 2026.444 million Americans will be living.here just think with only half that many.people today population in America is.causing us to bulldoze and pave over 2.million acres of farmland each year we.have to strip-mine a hundred thousand.acres of farmland we've eliminated.valuable conservation programs and.shelterbelts from our farmland we've.depleted the National refer Atilla T of.our soil we suffered massive government.regulation mounting paperwork export.embargoes we've destroyed wildlife we've.destroyed wilderness 30 40 50 years from.today.how many more square miles of.countryside.how many more American farms will be.covered with asphalt shopping centers.clover Leafs urban sprawl high-rise.buildings and even assuming yields.continue to go up and there are 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over supply lines that.logistically boggle the imagination when.nations face starvation this nation and.her farmers rallied and sent food in.staggering amounts in the finest.humanitarian tradition of this land.if however I'm right about the trello.terrible pressures of population the.Jeffersonian dreams of tomorrow will.become nightmares faced with a seemingly.overwhelming problem what can we do you.the farmers and us that race of potted.politicians what can we do well first of.all we can bring about a halt to.continued u.s. population growth by.bringing our birthrate down even further.by balancing immigration and immigration.and by once and for all.halting illegal immigration in New York.City alone we estimate with all our.unemployment all our troubles we have.over 1 million illegal aliens the United.States can declare a policy of reaching.population stabilization at some future.date Canada for example will soon be.declaring a national goal of Popular's a.population stabilization only a few.years from now all Americans can demand.that no US foreign assistance go to.nations unconcerned about population.growth u.s. citizens can instead request.that their government double perhaps.even triple the amount of foreign.assistance to any nation which actively.seeks to lower its birth rate or is.doing so now I know that you are.extremely concerned as am I about the.upcoming farm legislation but I must.take this opportunity to urge all of you.to help those of us in Congress seek.answers for this ultimate problem in the.final analysis as president-elect Carter.stressed all through his historic.campaign government initiatives can and.ultimately must come from the people of.this country while America alone cannot.solve the problems of the world American.can begin to tackle her own and in the.process show the leadership and vision.which others hopefully will follow the.offices staff and members of the.national farm organization have shown.such leadership and vision in major.rural economic and social efforts I'm.confident that your voice will be heard.and listened to in Washington during.these next critical legislative months.by the way folks you have one of the.best lobbyists in Washington my old.friend Chuck Fraser.I'm hopeful that the Cardo Mondale.administration will offer all Americans.a secretary of agriculture will be a.champion for the interests of the family.farmer as well as a man or woman who.would heed the cries of the urban and.suburban consumer as they express their.interest in the development of a truly.national food policy I might as well.tell you that many of us in Congress are.doing everything we can do to get the.president-elect to nominate Bob Bergland.his arnis next Secretary of Agriculture.my friends the days of Earl Butz have.passed.Jefferson's dreams.Jefferson's dreams of tomorrow are ahead.of us we race the politicians will soon.tackle the immediate problems and with.your help and God's grace we will also.seek answers to the ultimate population.problem before it simply overwhelms us.thank you very much.yeah and most of all thank you folks for.the privilege of being the.representative of the single most.largest land block in the United States.this brings two things for me it brings.attention and it also brings the thing.that Orin Lee talked about the other.night.respect respect comes because we had the.numbers put together and the peope we.were strong enough to be able to go in.and to bargain effectively for this.organization and its membership my job.basically is intelligence gathering.getting information together bringing it.to the membership the growers coming up.with proposals and acting in general as.a consultant to the grower then we begin.to influence the market in order to get.ourselves in a bargaining position in.order to obtain a reasonable price I.represent mostly the small growers keep.this in mind.I represent mostly the small growers who.were the first to recognize the fact.that they are not in a good bargaining.position now they didn't have all the.wonderful information that's available.in the colleges today but they did see.that the big grower the fellow with more.Lambs attracted the better buyers and.they were able to tell the difference.between 35 and 40 cents so they decided.to do something about it they recognized.that it was important to organize and to.unify within their areas to give you.some examples in Mendocino way out on.the coast of California.very small farm flux we put a block.together of approximately 20,000 lambs.we sold them anywhere from six to eight.dollars over the best lambs in.California these weren't the best lambs.I and they know it as well as I do we.then went on over to Alamosa Colorado.Monta Vista again small ranchers with.small farm flocks but I'm going to come.back to this because this is quite a.phenomenon we went over there we sat.down we worked out our prices we placed.a price on them we sold them we then.went on over to Montrose Colorado we.turned around we did the same thing we.inventoried and we got our numbers.together we put a price on them and we.sold them and so on into Utah but to.give you some of the side effects the.Monta Vista block which only amounted to.about twelve thousand lambs was.instrumental in selling 50,000 other.lambs outside of our block the buyer.while we were sitting on a log in.Colorado told me he said you know dick.you really spooked me and spooked me is.another word for influence he said you.know I bid I thought real well over.there at Monta Vista fact I put I felt I.gave all I could and then put on $2.because I wanted to buy those lambs and.I still lost them so then you went over.to Montrose and you turned around and.you sold that block of lambs so I.decided that I could possibly save 50.cents a hundred and I could buy the.Lambs north of you that were not members.at 50 cents.and he bought 50,000 Lambs he said you.know that that situation is going to.cost me at least a quarter of a million.dollars or more.we did it with 12,000 Lambs folks 12,000.Lambs now if you don't think that a few.people can make a difference those of.you that have come by air just take a.look at that rigmarole that we go.through to get on an airplane and I dare.say that in the United States it's.probably the only place that private.citizens are personally searched without.some criminal situation involved I doubt.if there's over 50 hijackers in the.United States that have been that.perpetrated this crime and yet 50 people.have caused what all of us have to go.through time and time again and even.have our civil rights violated in order.to get on a airplane so a few people.could make a difference.now when we were over in Colorado we.sold our lambs probably anywhere from I.say seven to ten dollars over the market.when they came due and I went over to a.a gentleman that had a large number of.sheep and asked him if he wouldn't go.with us on this block and sign up his.production and he was kind enough to.remind me that he said I really don't.need NF o this town was started by my.grandfather it's named after my.grandfather it's my family's been here.for three generations and I've got more.buyers than I know what to do with so I.really don't see where you could be much.service to me his pride didn't get in.the way when he called me to see if I.could get thirty-eight cents when I'd.offered fifty and a half on the contract.that didn't get in the way then no you.asked how how did we do this first of.all a reliable inventory not a banker's.count a reliable working in mental.this is important and the the important.part of the whole thing is the fact that.we've got the inventory and not the.buyer those of you that have the buyers.who once a year call you up and say how.are you how's the family and how's the.weather and then we get down to what.they called you for how's your sheep.how's the range conditions or you're.gonna have more fat so you're gonna have.more feeders did you did you twin more.what's the whole story over there and by.the time that he has got done with that.telephone column call he knows more.about your business than you do and then.he makes the several other calls to your.neighbors and then pretty soon that.whole area is totally in his pocket as.far as information is concerned that's.this is where the information belongs.this is where the inventory belongs with.your representative and not somebody.else's the second thing is is a contract.for sale this may not look like a hammer.but it is this is the hammer that drives.the spike in I can do an awful lot of.talking about lambs and the numbers we.have without a solid contract to say.these lambs are off the open market.you're not going to get your hands on.them until you deal with me make up your.mind to it when he makes up his mind to.it he finds out that these lambs are off.the market we've got a whole change of.attitude the day we sold the lambs at.Montrose Colorado I had called a buyer.the previous night his price was forty.five cents by the time that he called me.back the next morning and I told him.that we sold this block of lambs at.fifty and a half he then asked me if I.could put another block of lambs.together for 51 cents man that market.jumped that night didn't it what's the.missing link why hasn't this come to.it belongs in your lap folks you are a.total mystery to me I can't believe that.the person that will take a kernel of.grain put it in the ground hope it'll.rain hope it'll grow hope you can.harvest it and hope you can get a price.for it.I can't believe it's the same people.it'll breed a cow for a calf hope it.comes up alive run it for several months.and hope you can sell it I can't believe.it's the same pig man it'll put a BRE.this I'll get some pigs raise it do all.the work and hope he can get a price and.the same thing with the you flock man I.can't believe that you can go one chance.to change three chance four chances and.yet you can take all those chances but.in the last final commitment you cannot.make up your mind that's where the.clincher is folks that last final.commitment and you're going to have to.make up your mind to it because that's.the way it's going to have to be.now we didn't have all Love & Roses over.there in Colorado we sold a block of.lambs that normally in the old days.would be termed as we had one whale of a.wreck.we had a buyer that was willing to take.the Lambs he'd signed a firm contract.but his banker due to the fact that the.market dropped decided not to finance.him so there we were right in the middle.of delivery and one whale of a wreck.well it wasn't a whale of a wreck it.just proved one more nfo program it just.proved that we've learned something from.the mistakes we've made in the past I.made a call to gene Potter I told him.the problem he flew out in an airplane.within fo lawyers we flew down and.talked to this banker got the first-hand.information came back and the reserve.account took over after we resold the.Lambs and outside of a little delay in.checks due to the legalities of.releasing the Lambs.not one nfo grower took less than what.we signed that contract for now that's a.big one folks that's a big one.Lauren Lee spoke the other night about.what our forefathers of agriculture.would say about agricultural today well.I'd say one thing I'd say this group.would be exempt in fact I'd think they'd.walk up and salute you for the battles.that you've fought and the positions.that you've taken and the things you've.done in fact here at this convention it.ought to be a day for the veterans of.nfo because that's what you people are.the veterans of the past fights that.you've got to get us here just keep this.in mind over 200 years ago George.Washington and the signers of the.Declaration of Independence would never.be the heroes that they are today if we.didn't have a few good soldiers to stand.and fight for what they believe in now.we're in a struggle there's no doubt.about it.but we're not in a struggle against the.government we want to help the.government balance the balance the.budget and balance this deficit and we.want to do it by sound agriculture we're.not against industry we want to bring.industry up to full production so all.workers can enjoy the benefits of them.of the American Way of life and we're.not at war at the consumers in fact we.want to serve the consumers but we are.at war with those people who support the.system that produces cheap food at the.American farmers expense that's who we.are at war.I've talked to my people and the sheep.divisions they're going to go out.they're gonna hammer on the doors and.they're gonna start getting contracts.for sales so I can go to work now as.Phil Allen would say something to think.about a hundred years ago when I.attended the Montana convention and this.brought it to my attention a hundred.years ago.Custer fought at the Battle of Bighorn.he made the disastrous mistake as all.military historians will agree of.dividing his forces and it was the first.time that the Indians had ever United.and they beat him they beat him the sad.part of this was that the Indians never.United again now folks just who do you.think are wearing the feathers today.thank you thank you Devon and thank you.ladies and gentlemen a never before in.the history of American agriculture has.it become more evident than in a year of.1976 the nation's livestock producers.are being faced with the results of a.lack of an organized effort in helping.stabilize the price of their product the.NFL through its nationwide effort to.break the old patterns of continued.economic loss and establish new concepts.in collective bargaining is steadily.gaining support through its dedicated.membership these members through their.ever increasing involvement in the.feeder cattle program are what makes the.concept work this is being accomplished.in a twofold effort number one the.increased participation of nfo feeder.cattle producers and number two the.increased number of.playful feedlot operators who are.becoming repeat buyers of nfo feeder.cattle in the year of 1976 the feeder.department has made an all-out effort to.establish consistent grading and.weighing conditions which are allowing.us to defeat in the competitive market.level the grading of livestock is the.key and the answer to attaining top.prices and fairness to all the members.involved and also man maintaining.continued repeat buyers the nfl's.reputation of furnishing fresh cattle on.a graded basis is becoming our strongest.selling point to compete in the.competitive market level we must use the.positive approach and think as a group.the individual ideas and concerns must.be respected but to become effective the.organized group has the strongest voice.in raising the market level this calls.for the support of your local feeder.representatives as they are working in.the members to have they are not the.opposition and someone to be criticized.but the man to work with showing.confidence and cooperation the last.three months of this year have shown a.20 percent increase over last year it.was at the same time that the feeder.Blocher program was initiated this shows.the effectiveness of this kind of action.when the feeder blocker works with the.national program we need only look at.the unstable markets of the year to.realize what must be done in the year.ahead as livestock producers operating.on an individual basis of the past.200 years the day for a change has come.the objective has always been and always.will be to achieve the pasta production.plus a reasonable property the nf hole.is the only organization in America.today with that objective for you the.producer working in your behalf so I'm.going to ask you ladies and gentlemen on.Monday morning to go out and ask your.fellow members when your meat boards to.join together with you with 100% of your.production and their to achieve your.rightful place in American agriculture.with our cost of production plus a.reasonable profit and this can be done.by signing cattle on your contracts for.me large blocks and giving us the.ability to go out and do the bargaining.it gives me pleasure to once again.congratulate the feeder cattle producers.from the state of Missouri for not only.being the leaders in the number one.feeder cattle movement through the nfo.but this year of 1976 they have shown a.vast increase over 1975 and also to the.state of South Dakota who now ranks.second in the number of NFL feeder.cattle moving through the program it is.most gratifying to see members join.together with a common goal in mind and.members wanting to make their.organization effective the necessity of.blocking with livestock committed on.contract.is the only effective tool that the NFL.feeder Department has to work with in.areas where volume is increasing this is.being it here too this is a positive.approach which allows your feeder.Department description of weight read.numbers it gives us the ability to find.the best market for your product in.closing to rephrase the famous words of.President John Kennedy ask not what your.organization can do for you but what you.can do for your organization but ever.but what.and it keeping it ever in mind that we.get the cost of production plus a.reasonable profit in the 30% of.production so with a full member.participation and God's help we cannot.only no be known as the backbone of the.nation but also as the lifeline of.American agriculture the National.Farmers Organization I think at this.

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