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Written by Steve Dittmer   
Saturday, 24 February 2007
AFF Sentinel Vol.3 #39

Time is running out if you wish to get a contribution to AFF on this calendar year's books. Any check that bears the date Dec. 31 or earlier would work if you operate on a calendar fiscal year.

If you haven't contributed before, date your stand for the free market approach to 2006 by contributing today. If you have contributed in prior years, don't let 2006 represent a hole in your defense of free markets, innovative new approaches and creative cooperation in the beef industry.

There is no doubt that next year will reveal serious political challenges to the version of the free market economic system we enjoy today. It is imperative that we share and disperse the information and analysis necessary to expose the fallacies and errant pathways some groups and politicians espouse.

We heartily thank you for the many expressions of support and agreement you have sent us over the last two years. We also appreciate the suggestions from some of you. We ask that you follow those kind words with a contribution to help us continue.

Thank you and best wishes for a Happy New Year.

Fall AFF 2nd Anniversary & Beyond Fund Drive.
We need your check today or your visit to our website where you can use a credit card to make your contribution during our fund drive. If you prefer, send your check, made out to Agribusiness Freedom Foundation to us at the address at the bottom of this newsletter. We are heading into a Farm Bill debate which could shape the future of cattle and beef marketing, industry structure and world trade for decades. Please join with us and help make sure our independent voice is there.

To everyone who contributes the suggested minimum amount, as a "thank you" gift, AFF will send a copy of Riding for the Brand, a terrific novel that paints the picture of what the beef industry could be like in 25 years - or sooner. Author Jim Whitt's short, entertaining book shows how real beef industry people could get there.

The recent elections have made the road ahead more challenging than ever. Please help us preserve your freedom to innovate and adapt to the 21st century consumer. Thank you.

Please go to and click on the "Make a Contribution" button to make a contribution. You may also review issues of the Sentinel. Contributor's identities are kept confidential. Contributions may be a business deduction - consult your tax professional. Contributions are not deductible as a charitable contribution.
Last Updated ( Saturday, 24 February 2007 )
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