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Adjusted Gross Revenue (AGR) Pilot Program The term 'Adjusted Gross Revenue (AGR) Pilot Program ' as it applies to the area of agriculture can be defined as ' A pilot revenue insurance program first implemented in 1999 by USDA on a limited basis. It allows farmers to receive a guarantee of a percentage of their revenue for multiple commodities, including some livestock revenue, rather than just the revenue from an individual commodity'.
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