Southern farmers banking on federal disaster aid bill
Stephen Logan, a third-generation farmer in Gilliam, said he never had experienced crop losses bad enough to apply for federal disaster aid - until now.
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Since: Mar 08
#1 Dec 5, 2009
But of Course they are. It is the only way all the Government managed farms will survive.
When are the taxpayers going to say enough and let farmers work without Government mandates?
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