Farm policy expert offers take on legislation

ON TOP, WITH NO STOGIE-Swapping his long-customary cigar for a sugar-free lollipop, Barry Flinchbaugh, Ph.D., discusses prospects for the next U.S. farm bill to attendees at the American Bankers Association National Agricultural Bankers Conference. (Journal photo by Larry Dreiling.)

Dr. Barry Flinchbaugh, professor emeritus of agricultural economics at Kansas State University, died on Nov. 2. In memory of Flinchbaugh's incredible influence on ag policy, farm bills and economics, High Plains Journal reached into our archives to highlight some of the many stories and columns in which he was featured.

A final lesson from the king-maker (Nov. 2, 2020)—Jennifer M. Latzke

Flinchbaugh nets Top 10 Fresh Perspectives award (April 26, 2016)—Larry Dreiling

'Prophets' offer policy talk (Dec. 7, 2015)—Larry Dreiling

Lessons learned from farm bill debate (Feb. 17, 2015)—Doug Rich

Flinchbaugh delivers a history of farm programs (Jan. 6, 2014)—Larry Dreiling

Farm legislation (July 29, 2013)—Greg Wolf

Farm bill betrayal? (Jul 1, 2013)—Sara Wyant

Flinchbaugh: No farm bill seen until April (Dec 17, 2012)—Larry Dreiling

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