Now that we are 100 days into the Trump administration, will the GIPSA rule finally see it’s death?
In Part 2, we look at what the possible future of the GIPSA rule might be and the chances that it will be implemented.
To help analyze that question, our two guests share a lifetime of on-the-ground involvement in the Washington D.C. arena.
Our first guest is Steve Dittmer, who has nearly 30 years’ experience in management, marketing, and communications in the beef industry. Currently, Steve is the executive vice president of the Agribusiness Freedom Foundation, which provides information and analysis for food chain participants
Our second guest is Jay Truitt, a longtime Washington insider and principal in the organization Policy Solutions; Motley, Scher, Truitt, a bipartisan government relations and public affairs firm. Jay has served as vice president of government affairs for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association and CEO and executive vice president of the Missouri Cattlemen’s Association and the Missouri’s Cattlemen Foundation.