Chickens, Greek yogurt and murderers: The farm bill’s winners and losers

In this photo taken Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014, a farmer takes advantage of dry weather to till a field in preparation for spring planting near England, Ark. A new farm bill that could become law as soon as next week would require a choice between different subsidy approaches that require producers to suffer losses before they can get payouts. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)


Chickens, Greek yogurt and murderers: The farm bill's winners and losers

The farm bill has more winners and losers than bingo night at the senior center.Like any massive piece of legislation, the nearly $1 trillion, five-year bill includes provisions both big and small that will greatly affect individual Americans and dozens of interest groups.Here's a quick look at some of the winners and losers.Winners: Greek yogurt makers(Getty Images)The bill ends a government regulation that limits dairy producers during milk gluts, which was opposed by cheese makers and Greek yogurt producers who …

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