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April 14, 2014
“Don’t get terribly wrapped up in thinking that these programs are going to keep you in business," Keith Coble, Mississippi State University Extension professor of agricultural economics, says of the new farm bill.
“They aren’t enough to keep you in business if you have a really disastrous year,” he said at the annual meeting of the Mississippi Land Bank. “They are meant to supplement other parts of your risk management program.”
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