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Chris Clayton, DTN

Cattle Market & Farm Reports, Editorials
Nov 12, 2007
Beginning and young farmers and ranchers are going to have better options for tapping into USDA programs stemming from the 2007 Farm Bill. The House and Senate farm bills reflect that Congress is working to help younger producers get better access to capital and land. It’s a contrast to the past when lawmakers would talk about the needs, but never follow through with better benefits for younger, beginning producers. “Both bills represent the most attention beginning farmers have gotten in the farm bill,” said Ferd Hoefner, policy director for the Sustainable Agriculture Coalition. “As far as the farm bill, this is

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