Farmers are looking for a way to keep farm animals off the land, which can be a major problem when a lime can cause problems for the environment.
A proposed exemption to allow agricultural lime could help farmers in some situations.
Farmers say the exemption is important to ensure that they don’t have to pay for lime that isn’t used.
They also want to ensure it won’t be confused with other farm products, such as fertilizers, which would be exempt.
The proposed exemption is in the farm bill that Congress passed last year.
It would allow the agricultural industry to use a special type of agricultural lime, called a chemical lime, which is a natural compound that can be applied to a crop to kill or slow down the growth of weeds and bacteria.
The chemical lime has no harmful effects on the environment and is also easy to treat.
It is a cheaper alternative to more expensive, non-chemical solutions.
But a number of concerns have emerged since the agricultural lime was first proposed.
The most prominent concerns have been about how the chemical lime would be applied and its environmental impacts.
In addition to the potential health problems it would cause, farmers say the chemical can be toxic to animals and the environment when it is applied on crops.
They say that is why it should be used as a crop control ingredient instead of as a lime.
A number of farmers who support the chemical agricultural exemption say they don