Food Worries: A Georgia Congressman shares what he is seeing back home

Food concerns are evident in the House Ag Committee. Tony St. James with All Ag All Day spoke with Congressman Austin Scott from Georgia. He is concerned about the amount of land we take out for things like solar subsidies, with the example of Ukraine right in front of us.

The Georgia Congressman says farmers back home tell him they are rationing food for their hogs and that is something he has not seen in the past.


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