USA: Ag economists warn farm bill could offer consumers less choice
Farm legislation passed by the US Senate contains an amendment designed to slow the trend toward corporate farming. While intended to protect family farms, however, the proposal could also mean less competition within agriculture and fewer choices for consumers, say Purdue University agricultural economists Ken Foster and Allan Gray.
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