Pressure Mounts to Curb U.S. Payouts to Big Farmers

Bailey Jr., Fred
July 1964
Banking;Jul64, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p84
Trade Publication
Reports on the imbalance of payments of farmers due to the various payment programs geared directly in cutting volume of production in the U.S. Theories of some farm agency economists; Proposal of the Food and Drug Administration; Study to be conducted to improve the processing and marketing of agricultural products in Georgia; Expectations from the government by the low-income farmers.


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