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- Increasing cropping frequency may boost food supply
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- Ethanol cut may drive down U.S. corn prices, drive up subsidies
- Fact sheet: Farm bill programs and the environment, economy
- Novartis opens animal health books to Bayer, others
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- Food-price inflation slows in 2013