AG POLICY NEWS
Ag Policy Blog
Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Fri Oct 4, 2013 03:02 PM CDT

The American Soybean Association pointed to a new university analysis this week to show that the key commodity program in the House version of the farm bill could distort crop production.

The Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute at the University of Missouri released the report comparing the commodity programs in both versions of the farm bill.

ASA stated the study shows problems with the fixed target-price program in the House bill, the Price Loss Coverage program. The soybean association stated "the potential for high, fixed target prices coupled to current plantings to cause global market distortions, which would increase ...

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