Economic effects of acreage control programs in the 1950"s

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U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Farm Economics Division , Washington
Acreage allotments -- United States., Farm produce -- Marke

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Statement[by Raymond P. Christensen and Ronald O. Aines].
SeriesAgricultural economic report ;, no. 18
ContributionsAines, Ronald O.
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LC ClassificationsHD1751 .A91854 no. 18
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Pagination51 p. :
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Open LibraryOL238931M
LC Control Numberagr62000419
OCLC/WorldCa11789819

Nomic effects of acreage-control programs during the 's include the following: Acreage-allotment and marketing-quota programs reduced the output of crops to which they were applied.

They can be ef- fective in total production control, provided national allotments are permitted to de- crease sufficiently. totalAcreage reductions. Economic effects of acreage control programs in the 's. This report reviews experience during the 's with U.S. government programs designed to influence farm production and resource use through establishment of controls on land inputs.

It presents information that should help in evaluating similar programs that may be put into effect in the future to help achieve a better balance of farm production Cited by: 7.

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Taxes. The government expanded its role in the economy during the s by adopting new budgeting practices to fund a variety of programs. For example, the government created budgets to expand social welfare programs such as housing assistance and food stamps.

Even for the program crops, it is arguable that their production history over the longer term has been little influenced by commodity programs.

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