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HELPPP MEEE! PLEASE military exam! 4)What is an effect of farm subsidies that pay farmers to take land out of cultivation? (A)Less efficient farms must shut down because subsidized farms are more
efficient. (B)Farmers use more pesticides on lands they do cultivate to make up for lost production. (C)Farmers are paid less for their product. (D)More farms supply organic produce
(C)Farmers are paid less for their product.
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User: HELPPP MEEE! PLEASE military exam! 4)What is an effect of farm subsidies that pay farmers to take land out of cultivation? (A)Less efficient farms must shut down because subsidized farms are more efficient. (B)Farmers use more pesticides on lands they do cultivate to make up for lost production. (C)Farmers are paid less for their product. (D)More farms supply organic produce

Weegy: (C)Farmers are paid less for their product.
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