martes, noviembre 30, 2021

Productores rurales de Junín se movilizaron por la ‘Emergencia Agropecuaria’

EADS, CO - AUGUST 23:  Cattle eat hay on drought ravaged grassland August 23, 2012 near Eads, on the plains of eastern Colorado. Many ranchers, who's grasslands have dried up due to the drought, are supplimenting cattle's diets with hay, now at record prices, to keep them alive. The nation's severe drought has been especially hard on cattlemen, made worse when Congress recessed for 5 weeks withought passing disaster relief legislation. Most of the high plains areas of eastern Colorado and virtually all of Nebraska and Kansas are still in extreme or exceptional drought, despite recent lower temperatures, according to the University of Nebraska's Drought Monitor. The record-breaking drought, which has affected more than half of the continental United States, is expected to drive up food prices by 2013 due to lower crop harvests and the adverse effect on the nation's cattle industry.  (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

La Comisión Directiva de la entidad ruralista de Junín solicitó al Médico Veterinario Adrián Perdomo, de Asuntos Agropecuarios, gestione la Emergencia Agropecuaria para el partido de Junín.

El funcionario, que se desempeña en la Secretaría de Desarrollo Económico del Gobierno de Junín, se comprometió a convocar a una reunión de la Comisión Local para los primeros días de la semana próxima.

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