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Current Topics: Selected Issues in American Agriculture Today
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small green dot Conservation Measures in the 2002 Farm Bill
small green dot Biotechnology in Brief
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American Agriculture Today - Chapter 1
Profiling Food Consumption in America
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small green dot Eating Out Cuts Milk, Boosts Cheese Consumption
small green dot . . . And Swells Use of Salad and Cooking Oils and Shortening
small green dot Fruit and Vegetable Consumption Continues To Rise
small green dot Consumers Eat Too Much Refined Grain, Too Little Whole Grain
small green dot Consumption of Caloric Sweeteners Hits Record High
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small green dot How Much of the Cost of Food Services and Distribution Goes to Farmers?
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American Farms
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small green dot Change by Sales Class, 1982 to 1997
small green dot Diversity Among American Farms
small green dot Shares of Farms, Assets, and Production
small green dot Specialization and Diversification
small green dot Government Program Paticipation
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small green dot Farm Policy and Family Farms
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Rural America: Entering the 21st Century
small green dot Rural Population Growth Levels Off, but the West Continues To Grow
small green dot Rural Areas Benefited From the Nation’s Economic Prosperity
small green dot Rural Economies Are Based on Different Assets
small green dot Federal Funding for Rural Area Development Smaller Than for Urban Areas
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U.S. Department of Agriculture
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USDA Rural Development
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Rural Business- Chapter 6
Farm and Foreign Agricultural Services
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Farm and Foreign Agricultural -Chapter 7
Food, Nutrition, and Consumer Services
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Food Safety
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Natural Resources and Environment
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Research, Education, and Economics
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Marketing and Regulatory Programs
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