Regional Business and Economics Newspaper

March 2002

Farm safety at any speed

A reinforced safety net is a priority for the next farm bill, but a customized fit has proved difficult to fashion and sprouted unintended consequences

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Farm Income

  • A fair price for whom?
    Fair-price programs might be popular with farmers and lawmakers, but they carry with them a wheelbarrow full of both obvious and subtle ill effects
  • Green is good
    Many believe paying farmers for better environmental outcomes is an idea worth fertilizing

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