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Read Between the Lines of Contract Farming Bill

April 2001

From Purdue News - Legislation protecting farmers from confusing grain and livestock contracts is being bandied about in Congress and state capitals across the country. While well-intentioned, the proposals may not help producers understand contracts and their implications, said Michael Boehlje, a Purdue University agricultural economist.

Topics:   Agribusiness, Policy

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Mike Boehlje

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Purdue News
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