Farm Freedom

Farmers should be allowed to sell their products on their own farms to willing customers without government interference.

More generally, a great deal of farm regulation is the result of large companies using government to restrict competition by raising the cost of doing business for small, independent farmers. This is part of a broader problem of cronyism and corporatism that permeates our tax and regulatory code. We need tax and regulatory reform to eliminate such provisions, which protect private profit rather than the public interest, and we need to foster open and competitive markets under the rule of law.

How Food Regulations Make Us Less Healthy

The Unseen War On American Farms

Freeing Small Farms