Johanns says farmers will get their share of cuts

Laws, Forrest
March 2006
Southeast Farm Press;3/8/2006, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns' statement that the government expects to spend seven billion dollars more in fiscal year 2007 than projected in the 202 farm bill. This is despite the farm program reductions proposed by President George W. Bush on February 6, 2006.


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