Agricultural policy focuses on the goals and methods of agricultural production. At the policy level, common goals of agriculture include:
- Economic stability
- Environmental sustainability
- Food quality: Ensuring that the food supply is of a consistent and known quality.
- Food safety: Ensuring that the food supply is free of contamination.
- Food security: Ensuring that the food supply meets the population's needs.
- Poverty reduction
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“We are apt to say that a foreign policy is successful only when the country, or at any rate the governing class, is united behind it. In reality, every line of policy is repudiated by a section, often by an influential section, of the country concerned. A foreign minister who waited until everyone agreed with him would have no foreign policy at all.”
—A.J.P. (Alan John Percivale)
“In considering the policy to be adopted for suppressing the insurrection, I have been anxious and careful that the inevitable conflict for this purpose shall not degenerate into a violent and remorseless revolutionary struggle.”
—Abraham Lincoln (18091865)
“Men must learn now with pity to dispense,
For policy sits above conscience.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)