Checkoff groups who support government action to regulate global climate appear to be disregarding the 2018 version of the USDA Agricultural Marketing Service Guidelines.  The AMS was created to oversee farmer investments, research, and promotions of various crops and livestock.

A September 2022 letter from the House Republican Minority was highly critical of the USDA  Agriculture Secretary overseeing delivery of “Climate Smart” dollars to family farm groups and food factories who see soil health and reduced tillage as a way to capture carbon credits.

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How do you feel about checkoff groups promoting government climate control programs when regulatory agency rules appear to prohibit that support?