As farm bill debated, FAPRI offers latest baseline projections

Bennett, David
March 2012
Delta Farm Press Exclusive Insight;3/9/2012, p5
The article presents the baseline report of the Food and Agriculture Policy Research Institute (FAPRI). Focus is given on the claims of Pat Westhoff, co-director of the University of Missouri-based FAPRI, says that it is difficult to get a farm bill done that can gather bipartisan and bicameral support in an election year. He thinks that the U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee is trying to come up with proposals that both Democrats and Republicans can live with.


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