U.S. Regulation of Agricultural Marketing and Commodities Companies

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Farm Service Agency
16 Nern St.
Clayton AL 36016
(334) 775-3267
US Agricultural Department
934 College Station Rd.
Athens GA 30605
(706) 546-3434
County Of Randolph
313 West Belmont St # B
Sparta IL 62286
(618) 443-4364

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Federal Grain Inspection Service
3211 Highway 397
Lake Charles LA 70615
(337) 437-7201
Michigan State University
5303 S Cedar St.
Lansing MI 48911
(517) 887-4588
Farm Service Agency
P.O. BOX 40
Danbury NC 27016
(336) 593-8128
US Consolidated Farm Service Agcy
1687 Bypass Road
Wahpeton ND 58075
(701) 642-9231
Texas Extension Education
4103 Tanglewood Dr.
Bryan TX 77802
(979) 845-5446
Farm Service Agency
P.O. BOX 369
Crowell TX 79227
(940) 684-1977
Food Safety & Animal Health
222 N Havana St.
Spokane WA 99202
(509) 533-2490
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