I thought it might be of interest this evening to spend a little while discussing the future of agriculture across a rather broad spectrum. It is not, my intention to make any prognostications or forecasts about crop yields or farm income, or even to attempt to predict the economic circumstances of agriculture in the near or long-term.

But I do want to discuss some of the factors that, I believe, will determine the long-term economic position of agriculture and, more importantly, will determine its role in the future expansion of the national economy and America's position as an international trader.



management, national economy

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