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Ag Seeking Action on Climate
Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Mon Jul 29, 2013 12:17 PM CDT

LINCOLN, Neb. (DTN) -- The president of an agricultural-equipment manufacturer told a crowd of people he wished others in agriculture and the business community would look for solutions to climate change rather than disputing the science.

Tony Raimondo Jr., serves as a director, division president and co-CEO of Behlen Manufacturing Co., in Columbus, Neb. He said he has been interested in the issue of climate change since reading a news article about the problems in 1986 while he was still a college student.

"It's frustrating for me that so often the business community is not very sensitive and not very ...

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