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From the farm.
To the factory.
It's -- fishy this.
As imported catfish flocked to America.
Local farmers have lobbied for stronger regulation on the foreign competition.
So when you change to the 2008 farm bill now requires the FDA and USDA to inspect all catfish.
Costing more tax dollars didn't -- Manchester.
Food safety is key to to -- security of America.
-- Stevens is a catfish caught us sort of the thing might go away and found me he's the president of country select.
One of the largest producers of farm raised catfish in the entire world.
Here and I soul in Mississippi the people call cap this country and that's because behind me.
Their shopping guiding and full -- millions of pounds -- catfish every year.
Every catfish that are rises to Stevens factories a 100% of their can grow I don't think it is ridiculous -- -- asked.
That we might pure that everybody that computers -- Years not decades.
That's not me.
I'm Baghdad Robin -- with a bow when they arrive inside I have to warn you.
It's a little worried -- that goes through -- David bending credit card right.
Then up to hundreds of employees to start slice.
Flights in and night.
-- new USDA inspections have added another -- to this process.
Costing taxpayers twenty million dollars so far critics like David -- say that's a waste of your money.
But -- typically not logical.
Even though there's disagreement over the quality of imported catfish -- Stephens says there's really nothing to be concerned about its sales American.
Farmers -- -- -- -- obviously -- program through -- the American made catfish that's bringing people together Orion won't play at a time.
Reporting for Fox News and I -- Mississippi.
On Kyle off.
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