|So much for living high on subsidies…|
Hi, I'm Amanda! My family farms corn and soybeans in Southwest Michigan. I'm also a practicing attorney.
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I'm Amanda. My family farms corn and soybeans in Southwest Michigan. I'm an attorney by day, and "agvocate" at night.
The biggest share of subsidies go to the biggest farmers! The smaller and mid-size farmers are the ones with off-farm income.
How can you substantiate that? I mean, of course a larger farm is going to have more subsidies because, well, they have a bigger share of the risks. But small and mid-sized farmers can get them too.