WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced this week its National Agricultural Statistics Service would suspend certain reports for this fiscal year as a result of budget cuts associated with sequestration. The agency chose to axe reports and forecasts for milk production, catfish and trout, potato stocks, rice stocks, hops, mink, and winter peas, chickpeas, dry peas and lentils, as well as all non-citrus fruit, nut and vegetable forecasts and estimates and the July ...

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