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Research Woes: Ag research has obstacles

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"It hurts from a national pride standpoint," Upchurch said. "It bothers me that smaller, developing nations are outspending us. That has implications on a global scale. On the one hand, I'm glad that investments are being made in agriculture around the world, but I wonder if it will place us at a competitive disadvantage. "

Upchurch said that agriculture and research related to it has been so successful in this country that he thinks society is often complacent about it.

"We're so effective that we've become a victim of our success," he said. "Farmers know this, but I'd like to see commodity and producer groups talking to civic clubs about the risks we've faced and how we overcame them with research and how that research has helped give us safest, most abundant and affordable food supply in the world."

"A wise man once told me that agriculture is the only essential industry," Nessler added. "The producers and the people who raise food and fiber make everything else in society possible. It couldn't be any more important."


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