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Kind of Like 'eFarmony': Matching Farmers With Urban Landowners For Fun And Profit
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Orchards like this one in Adams County, PA, and other U.S. farms face worldwide competition for their apples and apple products due to imports. Brad C. Bower/AP hide caption

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The Cost Of Saving Lives With Local Peanuts In Haiti
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So What Happens If The Farm Bill Expires? Not Much, Right Away
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Why Organic Food May Not Be Healthier For You
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Why Do Taxpayers Subsidize Farmers' Insurance?
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Sweet potato evangelist Maria Isabel Andrade from the International Potato Center drives around Mozambique in her orange Toyota Land Cruiser. Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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Saving Lives In Africa With The Humble Sweet Potato
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Potatoes come in all colors, like these Red Erik, Snowball, Cariboo, Purple Peruvian, Caribe and French Red varieties. David Cavagnaro/Corbis hide caption

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Extreme Makeover, Potato Edition
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These piglets on the Hardin farm in Danville, Ind., are going to cost more to feed than they will fetch at market. Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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Meat Producers And, Ultimately, Consumers Hurt By Drought
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