Jerry Hagstrom

Hagstrom Report

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Executive Editor of the Hagstrom Report, a daily online report on agriculture for politicians and the agriculture industry, and a contributing editor to National Journal

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The Farm Bill dates back to the Great Depression, when family farms were in trouble and many Americans could not afford what they needed to eat.

The Farm Bill and America's Food Supply

The Farm Bill dates back to the Great Depression, when family farms were in trouble and many Americans could not afford what they needed to eat.

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