Congressman Marshall and the S.A.L.E. Act

Congressman Roger Marshall has introduced the bipartisan Securing All Livestock Equitably (S.A.L.E.) Act, which will offer protections to sale barns and livestock producers from the recurring trend of defaults of livestock dealers. The S.A.L.E. Act would place livestock sold to a dealer, and proceeds/receivables from already sold livestock, in a trust until the original seller has been paid, ensuring that producers and livestock auctions have a legal recourse in the event of a dealer default and/or bankruptcy.
Join Farm Broadcaster Clay Patton as he talks with Congressman Marshall about the act and how it benefits agriculture.


Raised in Eastern Colorado. Very active in FFA 4-H growing up. Agriculture is a passion of mine and I want to bring the most useful information to your ears and eyes here with the Kansas Farm and Ranch Radio.

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