Raising the value of crops since 1929!

The Agricultural Adjustment Act

This is a U.S. federal law that paid farmers subsidies so they would stop producing a surplus of crops and kill extra livestock. The purpose is to raise the value of crops.

Helping All Farmers

This will most benefit farmers. They will save crops and money that they would have usually spent on buying more livestock. In the long run when they go back to planting more crops they'll get more money since the crop value has raised.