Creative calculator use brings subsidy rewards

Guebert, Alan
September 2002
Farmers Weekly;9/20/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 12, p77
Trade Publication
Provides information on the U.S. Farm Bill which provides seven paths for farmers to take to maximize their government subsidies through 2007. Web sites providing computer programs for farm data; Case illustration.


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