Texas farm groups offer farm bill suggestions

Smith, Ron
November 2011
Southwest Farm Press;11/17/2011, Vol. 38 Issue 22, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports that representatives of Texas' major commodity organizations have resigned to the significant cuts in the 2012 farm bill but offered suggestions which they hope the Congress will consider before a final bill is drafted. It mentions that the National Cotton Council suggested the Stacked Income Protection Plan while the National Corn Growers Association prefers the Ag Disaster Assistance Program (ADAP). Recommendations from the Rice Federation are also included.


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