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Are Farmers being overcharged for feed and fertilizer?

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Are Farmers being overcharged for feed and fertilizer?

Post  HBSSLaw on Tue Nov 23, 2010 9:25 am

Farmers claim that they overpaid for livestock feed and fertilizers containing magnesium oxide. They are blaming Premier Chemical and other chemical suppliers of fixing the price of caustic and dead-burn magnesium oxide – a compound widely used in farming.

If you believe you paid too much for farming products containing magnesium oxide, I suggest you to contact the attorneys I work with at They are trying to stop these large chemical suppliers from illegally making millions off the backs of America’s farmers and ranchers.


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