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Economy / Farmers, Stkmen. #471680

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 03, 1973
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(Studio) Cost of Living Council says price freeze may be eased. Although some prices may rise, some companies will absorb costs. Farmer may charge any price for raw farm products, but livestock growers caught in squeeze.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(De Kalb Cnty., Illinois) Export controls set up to encourage production. [Cattleman Robert GILMORE - believes this period like World War II aftermath. To have shortages and black market] Hog producers say little incentive to expand. Poultry and egg producers confused. [Poultry producer Ken MUNROE - say government control boggling. Admin. has too much action, too late.] Admin. counting on good crops to build Am's. confidences.
REPORTER: Rebecca Bell

(Studio) Agriculture Department says no serious food shortages for next few mos.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Bell, Rebecca;
Chancellor, John

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