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The acreage on which a [[farm program]] participant is permitted to grow a [[program crop]] after satisfying [[acreage reduction]] requirements. For example, when a 10% [[acreage reduction program]] is in effect for wheat, a farmer with a 100-acre wheat base may grow wheat on 90 acres, the permitted acres. Limits on production are eliminated by the [[FAIR Act of 1996]] through the year 2002.  
 
The acreage on which a [[farm program]] participant is permitted to grow a [[program crop]] after satisfying [[acreage reduction]] requirements. For example, when a 10% [[acreage reduction program]] is in effect for wheat, a farmer with a 100-acre wheat base may grow wheat on 90 acres, the permitted acres. Limits on production are eliminated by the [[FAIR Act of 1996]] through the year 2002.  
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[[Category: Agriculture]]
 
[[Category: Agriculture]]

Latest revision as of 13:25, 21 October 2019

The acreage on which a farm program participant is permitted to grow a program crop after satisfying acreage reduction requirements. For example, when a 10% acreage reduction program is in effect for wheat, a farmer with a 100-acre wheat base may grow wheat on 90 acres, the permitted acres. Limits on production are eliminated by the FAIR Act of 1996 through the year 2002.

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