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  • What we have in the way of a wheat program depends on each of us. To choose the best program, we must understand the problems, consider what each plan is, what it will do to us and for us over a period of time, and how it will affect the other fellow. Six programs that have been suggested for wheat are summarized in the next few pages. The discussion of the probable effects of each program has been developed by a group of agricultural economists from the land-grant colleges of Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. In several situations, it is difficult to determine what the effects would be. Research is underway to determine these effects more definitely. Some may not agree with the conclusions, but all may get a better understanding of the proposals through study and discussion of information on them. With these thoughts in mind this bulletin was prepared. Much additional background information is available. Your County Extension Agent can help you obtain other publications and information on specific questions. He may also be able to help you arrange discussion meetings where there is enough interest. The authoring committee appreciates many helpful suggestions offered by their college associates and others who reviewed preliminary drafts of this material. The committee offers its conclusion mindful that many possible effects of the various programs have been omitted in an effort to be brief. Changes in any of the programs as discussed herein could alter the probable effects considerably. The committee suggests that study of farm programs should be a continuing process.
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