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A new vision for agricultural policy

After six decades of evolution, U.S. agricultural policy may be about to enter a revolution. Ever since farm programs were created in the 1930s, farm policy has generally evolved along predictable lines. To be sure, over the past decade policy has tended to move in a market direction, but the goals and policy instruments remain amazingly akin to those put in place during the Great Depression. Now, federal fiscal discipline may cause the nation to rethink an antiquated farm policy and replace it with a much leaner, more targeted policy to answer the nation's food needs for the next century.> ...
Economic Review , Volume 80 , Issue Q III , Pages 63-78

Journal Article
The balance sheet of agriculture, 1955

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Aug

Journal Article
Agriculture banks are outperforming their peers, but how long will it last?

With soaring commodity prices and farmland values in recent years, banks with an agricultural focus (where at least 25 percent of total loans are production and farmland loans) have outperformed their community bank peers. Find out what risks agriculture banks may face.
Central Banker , Issue Fall

Journal Article
Agricultural supply and price developments

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Sep , Pages 933-939

Working Paper
The realignment in farm lending: strategic issues for the 1990s

Research Working Paper , Paper 91-01

Journal Article
Bank financing of agriculture

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Jun

Journal Article
The balance sheet of agriculture, 1952

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Jul

Capital expenditures by farmers

Agricultural Letter , Issue Dec

Journal Article
Agricultural finances weaken

Fedgazette , Volume 14 , Issue Jul , Pages 19

Conference Paper
An overview of the financial stress in agriculture

Proceedings , Paper 62



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