Oct

28

The USDA, in a cost cutting move, is cutting some agricultural reports, 14 of them to be exact. None of the reports are major commodities, but they include honey and sheep. Personally, I applaud this move and hope that the USDA gets completely out of the reporting business and leaves matters entirely to the private sector.

Critics complain that there will be less information to go around with the ending of the reports. I humbly suggest that the end result will be more accurate data available because the private sector has an incentive to make the data as accurate as possible.

Feds tighten belt by cutting agriculture reports


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