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Ohio State ag economist Carl Zulauf says crop subsidies of $30-$90 an acre are possible with record crops and farm-gate prices that average $3.60 a bushel. If prices run close to Zulauf’s estimate of $3.60, “it could spawn the largest commodity payments since at least 2004 and the prospect of some growers quickly hitting the new law’s $125,000 limit for the Agriculture Risk Coverage program, which functions like revenue insurance.

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