Conservation, crop insurance and the sugar program

Bennett, David
May 2013
Delta Farm Press Exclusive Insight;5/24/2013, p1
The article reports that U.S. Senators debated on May 22, 2013 on a farm bill, touching on issues such as budget, conservation, genetically-modified organism (GMO) labeling, agricultural research funding and the sugar program. Georgia Senator Saxby Chambliss addressed pending upland cotton policies while Michigan Senator Debbie Stabenow discussed how the farm bill would eliminate direct payments and strengthen crop insurance.


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