STAX: A by-the-numbers look at its first year for cotton farmers

Shurley, Don
December 2015
Southeast Farm Press Exclusive Insight;12/3/2015, p1
The article highlights Stacked Income Protection plan (STAX), the safety net for the U.S. cotton producer under the 2014 farm bill, which can be purchased by farmers as a stand-alone policy or with an underlying revenue policy.


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