High prices, political changes may influence farm bills

Pena, Jose G.
December 2010
Southwest Farm Press;12/2/2010, Vol. 37 Issue 23, p15
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the effects of increasing prices on agricultural crops and products and political issues to the passing and execution of farm laws in the U.S.


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