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This study is one of a continuing series dealing with alternative farm policies and land retirement or supply control programs. The study consists of an analysis of alternative land retirement programs for three different sets of farm prices. One set is called lower prices ($0.85 corn, $1.00 wheat and $1.50 soybeans). Another set is termed medium prices ($1.05 corn, $1.25 wheat and $2.15 soybeans) and provides for prices at current support levels. The third set is called higher prices ($1.25 corn, $1.50 wheat and $2.75 soybeans).
Center for Agricultural and Economic Development, Iowa State University
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Center for Agricultural and Economic Development, Iowa State University; Madsen, Howard C.; Heady, Earl O.; and Nicol, Kenneth J., "Trade-offs in farm policy" (1970). CARD Reports. 37.
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