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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor

Tuesday 12/04/12

Farm Policy Caught in a Bad Numbers Game
The farm bill continues to be caught up in the fight over the fiscal cliff, but the way the legislation is being used by everyone reflects the failed priorities in Washington.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 7:41AM CST 12/04/12 by Chris Clayton | Post a Comment
Comments (2)
If no farm bill or extension of the current bill is passed, and we revert to the farm bill of 1949 , what becomes of the money that pays for SNAP and the School Lunch Program today?
Posted by Brian Hoffman at 3:27PM CST 12/04/12
With friends like Treasury Secretary Geithner and House Majority Leader Cantor,we farmers don't need any enemies.Bi-partisan anti-agriculture at it's best.')
Posted by W Lee Deutsche at 11:20AM CST 12/05/12
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