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One piece of good news, it looks like this one falls on the tab of the French taxpayer.


But what on earth are they doing? Farming is all about good and bad harvests, and what is going on in the rest of the world. Sometimes they get lucky, have a good harvest where elsewhere else they are poor, and you make a fortune. In other years, fortunes are reversed. It evens out over the long term. The risk is for the farmer to bear is it not? Would we be better off moving that risk?

Once again I ask, whatever happened to moral hazard?

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