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Jan 17, 2024

[Answer] Which of these farm products does the U.S. government NOT subsidize?

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...1. Corn 2. Cotton 3. Soybeans 4. Potatoes




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Potatoes - When you think of farming, you might think of Old MacDonald and small family farms. These days, however, that image is not particularly accurate. Farms are now big businesses with lots of employees and huge investments. To protect what was traditionally a risky industry full of small-time farmers, and to avoid unstable farming practices that would lead to price fluctuations and problems for other industries, the U.S. government began subsidizing agricultural businesses in the 1940s. The federal government pays farmers in order to stabilize the supply of corn, wheat, cotton, soybeans, and rice. But if you grow potatoes, you're on your own!:


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