2018 White House Budget Proposes Deep Cuts to Agriculture over the Next Decade

By Alfred Gilbert

Wed, 24 May 2017

On Monday 22nd May, the release of the 2018 White House budget confirmed plans to drastically reduce federal funding and support for the agricultural sector under the Trump administration 1. Savings in the region of $46.54 billion over the next decade are proposed, achieved through deep cuts and reforms to current government led programmes and subsidies related to farming 2.


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Alfred Gilbert

agilbert@challenge.org

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