3/15/2017 6:54:00 AM/Categories: Today's Top 5, People in Ag, Ag Issues
Associated Press reports:
A Cody, Wyo. company is seeking about $940,000 in financial help from the state so it can beef up sales of its jerky products.
The project's costs are just over $1 million. The city of Cody requested the $750,000 state grant, and the Business Council arranged for a four-year, 5 percent loan to the company to help pay for the project.
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Source: Associated Press
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