NCC mindful of ag budget promises

Laws, Forrest
March 2004
Southeast Farm Press;3/17/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p28
Trade Publication
Presents an update on National Cotton Council's (NCC) expectation from 2005 budget. Approval to its "Contract with Agriculture" policy; Focus on 2002 farm bill by the Congress; Problems for the U. S. cotton program; Proposal to save money by modifying programs or reducing benefits; Need for a good Central America Free Trade Agreement.


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