Thats not true, most government subsidies either pay to limit certain crops from being grown or pay to encourage other crop acreage to increase, in other words, a government agency is setting the market, not supply and demand. Food in general would be much cheaper across the board if subsidies ended tommorow and the markets dictated winners and losers, land prices would gradually get back in line if the free market ruled, people could not pay ridiculous prices per acre if the crops grown would not pay off. Most corporate farms and a large percentage of big operators would not be able to compete minus taxpayer assistance. People used to farm with an eye to what made sense and would pay off to grow or produce.
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