Farmers and government policy must both change if American agriculture is to escape the subsidy trap.
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Scientific advances promise more bountiful harvests and a cleaner environment. But farm subsidies and technophobia could block the way.
Farmers pay a high price for government subsidies
A growing number of farmers believe that an intrusive, expensive farm policy is the last thing they need.
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