Planting begins on Greg Calhoun’s peanut fields in southwestern Georgia. Peanut farmers in the South are scrambling to figure out how to best take advantage of the recently passed farm bill, which, depending on where they live, may have a major impact on their livelihoods.
Planting begins on Greg Calhoun’s peanut fields in southwestern Georgia. Peanut farmers in the South are scrambling to figure out how to best take advantage of the recently passed farm bill, which, depending on where they live, may have a major impact on their livelihoods. MCT
Planting begins on Greg Calhoun’s peanut fields in southwestern Georgia. Peanut farmers in the South are scrambling to figure out how to best take advantage of the recently passed farm bill, which, depending on where they live, may have a major impact on their livelihoods. MCT

Peanut growers worry about unintended impact of farm bill

June 05, 2014 04:16 PM

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