Imagine for one moment that you run your own business.
Your business is involved in an industry that the government spends $20 billion a year subsidizing.
Your product is federally protected through an $8 billion a year insurance program, and you can enroll in risk coverage or price loss coverage if your total revenue or prices fall below a specific market level guaranteed by the government.
An entire federal office spends $300 million a year in an effort to promote your product in international markets, and the federal agency which that office presides in spends $3 billion a year on research and development costs for you.
If this sounds like an enticing business model, then you may want to look into becoming a farmer.
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