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Economic dimensions of conservation reserve and target price program interactions



Economic dimensions of conservation reserve and target price program interactions



AFPC Policy Working Paper ( 94-3): 13pp.



Two issues with an important bearing on the policy debate on the 1995 US farm bill are the future of the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) and the level of support for farm income. This paper evaluates the impacts of changes in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) and target price policies on government costs, stocks, commodity prices, producer incomes, producer surplus, and consumer surplus.

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