Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, January 17, 1981, Image 128

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    DB—Lancaster Fanning, Saturday, January 17,1981
Grange Master
(Continued from Page D 7)
this year’s poor crop we
could not meet current
demand,” he said.
April of 1981 marks the end
of the current farm
program. The new Ad
ministration will have to
have a farm policy m place
on time for the 1982 crop
year.
One of the keystones of the
current farm policy is the
farmer-owned gram
reserve.
“We are happy with the
present farm program and
are advising the Reagan
transition team that it should
be retained with some
changes,” Andersen said
Among the changes the
Grange will seek from the
new Administration is an
increase in the target prices
and m loan levels.
Andersen said perhaps
there should be a peanut
We are happy with
the present farm program
program, too, something
which does not effect Nor
thern farmers directly, but
which may have unpact on
other farm programs
There was no peanut
program for four years and
the reserves are depleted
Currently, supermarket
shelves are bare of peanut
butter and other peanut
product prices have jumped
Andersen said the Grange
is telling the transition team
the Republicans should
extend for one year the
current farm program with
suitable changes in numbers
and prices
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The Grange points out
there is not enough tune
between January 21 and
April 15 to formulate a well
thought-out plan, come up
with a reasonable budget
figure for the 1982 fiscal
year, and still allow time for
farmer organizations to
react and for public com
ment
Andersen said they would
rather see a good, solid
program which can only be
formulated over a number of
months rather than
something rushed through to
meet deadlines
The most recent census
has raised an uproar which
is being heard in
Washington, too The figures
show more people moving
out of the Northeast and
North to the Midwest and
Sun Belt regions
Andersen said the
population shift will not be
an issue except that there
will be increasing pressure
on land use
‘All productive land
should be retained for use in
producing food and fibre,”
he said, adding that other
land can be used for
secondary matters
Although people are
moving into traditionally
conservative areas, An
dersen said he does not feel it
will make a big difference
politically
In the past election many
states shifted as a whole
from the Democrats to the
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"I think that was due to the
inflation question,’ An
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and the pledge to control
inflation must be seen
together as one thing
One issue sure to test the
Reagan Administration’s
fiscal policies will be the
upcoming dairy price
support battle
As Andersen noted, 80
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percent of parity is going to
oe a difficult issue although
the Grange said it will
continue to support the 80
percent level
There has been a huge
increase in Commodity
Credit Corporation pur
chases of butter and cheese,
with increases in powdered
milk to a lesser degree
The Grange has a corn
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