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Why MFP 2019 Will Be A Disappointment For Some

July 16, 2019 11:06 AM

Source:  PRO AG

The flow of meaningful information from USDA leadership about MFP 2019 payments has remained painfully slow. Yes, there was the big announcement, but there has been exactly zero information that producers can plug into their farm financial projections to help them plan for the rest of 2019. In the absence of tangible information, we’ve been asked numerous time what …


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