How do you save money on groceries?
Well, you could do it with the USDA’s ag-gag program.
The program is intended to limit the spread of diseases that could infect farm animals, like salmonella.
It’s one of the main ways the USDA tries to help farmers.
But if you use the USDA ag-ag program as a tool to help you save some money, you may be surprised to find out how much of your money goes towards keeping the animals healthy.
Ag-ag programs are also popular with consumers, and they have become a popular way to get food for your family.
But the USDA program has come under fire in recent years, and some lawmakers are pushing for changes.
Some say that ag-ags are not designed to help the animals, and instead, they are designed to keep farm animals from going hungry.
It’s been widely criticized for the program’s impact on animals.
“I’m not sure we have a very good understanding of how ag-ages work and how to use it properly, which is why we don’t use it for any purposes that we believe in,” said Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.), the chairman of the House Agriculture Committee.
So, where does your money go?
Some of your farm money goes to the USDA to help them maintain the program, which gives them money to purchase products that will help the farmers keep their animals healthy, according to USDA data.
Other money goes toward purchasing feed for animals, which will help feed the animals and keep them fed.
It also pays for veterinary care for animals.
But some of your funds go towards the cost of maintaining the program.
In 2017, the USDA said it received $1.9 billion in farm subsidies from ag-ads, which accounts for nearly 60% of all farm subsidies.
The USDA program is also known as the Ag-Gag program, after a bill passed in Congress that prohibited food producers from using ag-ad programs to promote products or feed.
It was created in 2009 and allowed food companies to use the ag- gag program to help save money.
The program has grown in popularity.
It has been adopted by about 15 states, and it has been used in about 60 states.
The Farm Bureau, which represents farmers, is pushing to expand it to more states, according the farm group’s website.
“Ag-gags help us keep our animals healthy by reducing the spread and spreading of salmonellosis, E. coli, salmonezillosis, Campylobacter, Campycystis, Pseudomonas, Encephalitis, and Salmonella, among other infectious diseases,” the website says.
“They also help farmers protect themselves from the risks associated with the production of food that is contaminated with salmonelli or other foodborne pathogens.
Ag-Gags are also used by dairy farmers to save the animals’ milk.
That’s because farmers need to feed their cows milk with the correct amount of protein, so they can keep them healthy.
But because there are no restrictions on how much dairy farmers can milk, it costs the farmers less to milk a cow and keep her healthy than if they milk the cow and milk her calf.
Agigags also help dairy farmers avoid costs associated with feeding cows.
They can reduce costs by not giving cows antibiotics and hormones, for example, which are known to increase the risk of bacterial infections.