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Sun. 5:06pm: Deal reached for stopping spike in milk prices

December 30, 2012

WASHINGTON (AP) — The top leaders in both parties on the House and Senate Agriculture committees have agreed to a one-year extension of the 2008 farm bill that expired in October, a move that could......

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Jan-01-13 4:31 AM

I don't know much about this topic. What I do find amusing is how people who don't know anything, Google a topic they know nothing about. Then they hurry up and go to trib**** and post a comment with information they Googled to make them sound "educated". They do it with every topic.

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Dec-31-12 10:56 AM

Featherstone you are absolutely right. That is not the fault of the farmer though.

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Dec-31-12 10:55 AM

Daniel you know as well as i do that there is more to that then what you posted. Do the dairy producers and production employees not deserve a fair price? If you want to blame someone then look at our elected officials for still using a fomula from 1946 to figure out the proper price per pound to pay.

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Dec-31-12 8:38 AM

Farmers are also paid by government to keep crops UNDER a certain amount, in attempt to keep market price up.

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Dec-31-12 8:36 AM

$5.6 billion spent annually on crop insurance subsidies and the $1.3 billion we spend on milk subsidies.

That is Corporate Welfare. What do you call it? Giving food to a person with no money is a "Handout" Giving a business with money some free money is called what? any answers?

My guess is that you right-wingers call it, "But I deserve it, Its called working hard and I built that!"

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Dec-31-12 8:26 AM

Just googled it for Elusive. The Government gives them free money. that equals "Corporate Welfare Checks" So, with this being a fact rocket91, who is the one with a moronic statement? Please think and have some facts before making a fool of yourself by posting something that back fires on you. Would save you the embarrassment.

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Dec-31-12 1:29 AM search can be awesome!

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