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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Corn Production Outlook Corn is grown on over 400,000 U.S. farms. The U.S. exports about 20 percent of the U.S. farmer's corn production. Consumption: 95% Of all products contains corn Negative effects: Production: The government subsidizes corn production because is cheaper. They also is give money to farmers to overproduce food. They want them to engineer our food. We all know that most animals such as cattle, sheep and goats normally eat grass as their natural food. Due to modern economics, most factory farm owners who raise cattle, goat or sheep force-feed these animals corn instead of giving them access to eat their natural food, grass. The farm bill principally tries to help U.S. farmers. But over time it has become less and less successful at doing so. The farm bill includes commodity payments, which are cash payments made to farmers growing mostly five cropscorn, wheat, cotton,rice and soybeans (there are a total of 20 crops covered). Farm Bill: corn consumers: 29% 24% 29% 2% 16% The top four corn-producing states were Iowa, Illinois, Nebraska and Minnesota, together accounting for more than half of the corn grown in the United States.