Can you explain the term "government subsidies" as it applies to farming and agriculture?
The government pays the farmer for choosing what "to" or "not to" plant. ie; plant corn for ethanol production and don't plant tobacco because we want to stop people from smoking-happens here in my state Maryland.
i think its means government provide the finance for farming or agriculture, in low cost..or government contribute funds in agriculture or farming....
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by Kathryn L Hill 5 years ago
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by Xenonlit 7 years ago
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