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The proposal for USDA's latest round of Market Facilitation Program payments is currently under review, according to a senior Agriculture Department official. (Rod Bain and Under Secretary for Trade and Foreign Agricultural Affairs Ted McKinney)
USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey, says the Rocky Mountains will divide the temperature range for the continental U.S. Most of the nation will experience above normal precipitation for the period of June 18 - 24.
The Agriculture Department has announced the latest round of grants designed to improve rural energy efficiency and economic opportunity. (Rod Bain. Vermont and New Hampshire RD State Director Anthony Linardos. South Dakota State RD Director Julie Gross)