Agriculture groups urge quick reform of CRP rules

Jan 3, 2005
The Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) needs to refocus on improvements to water and soil quality, according to a news release from four grain-related organizations. Those organizations urged the USDA that substantial changes need to be made in the CRP to sustain growing demand for grains and oilseeds. The CRP should shift away from whole-farm enrollments, the four organizations said in a joint statement submitted in response to USDA’s request for comments on lo...

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