Posts Tagged ‘Mark Leggett’

MSAE holds elections

The chief executive of the state newspaper association has been elected president of the Mississippi Society of Association Executives. Layne Bruce, 38, of Madison, is executive director of the Mississippi Press Association and will serve a two-year term as president of MSAE. He first joined the MSAE board in 2008. A career newspaper professional, Bruce […] [...]

Labeling chicken

A new regulation from the U.S. Department of Agriculture requiring nutrition labels on raw, single-ingredient poultry products has the poultry industry in Mississippi somewhat mystified — and very concerned. Effective Jan. 1, 2012, the USDA will require certain poultry products to provide nutrition information on the package or available at the point-of-purchase. The rule is […] [...]

Is Russia reneging on poultry pact?

by Wally Northway Published: September 19,2010

Tags: Al Franken, Ben Stone, Chicken, Jim Sumner, Mark Leggett, Russia, Thad Chochran

The brand new poultry trade agreement between the U.S. and Russia looked to be in some jeopardy earlier this month after U.S. officials alleged Russia was reneging on the deal. However, the issues appear to have been resolved and U.S.-raised chicken is on its way to Russia, the top U.S. and Mississippi poultry importer — […] [...]

Poultry association: Kemper could cost jobs in Mississippi

by Amy McCullough Published: September 19,2010

Tags: Kemper County, Mark Leggett, Mississippi Poultry Association

Last week the Mississippi Poultry Association (MPA) said that high electricity rates caused by the $2.4-billion Kemper County IGCC Plant could cause Mississippi to lose jobs in the poultry industry – the state’s largest agricultural industry with a $6 billion and 50,000-job state impact. “Our folks work on very small margins,” said Mark Leggett, association […] [...]

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