In Wisconsin, some of the state’s biggest agricultural cooperatives want to weaken farmers’ control over their own cooperatives. Farmers in the state argue that the changes–in the form of amendments to the state agricultural laws–are simply meant to enhance the power of larger-scale cooperatives, and stray from the true intent and purpose of a farmer cooperative.
The Corner Newsletter, March 19, 2020: Open Markets Details Our Webpage on Supply Chain Monopoly and Systems Fragility, Sally Hubbard’s Recent Testimony to the U.S. Senate, and Explain Our Comment to the USDA
Date Published: March 19, 2020
Welcome to The Corner. In this issue, we introduce Open Markets’ new webpage about our body of work on supply chain monopoly and systems fragility, we discuss Sally Hubbard’s recent testimony to the U.S. Senate about tech platforms, and we explain our comment to the USDA regarding proposed rule changes to the Packers and Stockyards Act. To read previous editions of The Corner, click here.Continue Reading