* Meat groups seek 1-year waiver of Renewable Fuel Standard * Record-high corn prices a 'burden' on livestock producers (Adds Renewable Fuels Association comments) By Michael Hirtzer July 30 (Reuters) - Hard-hit U.S. livestock and poultry producers petitioned the government on Monday to reduce or cancel the required use of ethanol in gasoline for a year, asking for "a little help" to ride out the worst drought in 56 years. The ...
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