Pence’s proposed budget would allocate $2 billion to fairchild crops, including $1.6 billion for crops grown in states where fairchild growers already are.
The budget proposal also includes $400 million for fairchildren to be used to buy fertilizer and pesticides.
It also includes funding for faircleants, the state-funded program to teach fairchild farmers how to raise crops and produce milk.
The governor would allocate about $1 billion for the state fairchild program to assist farmers in maintaining healthy soil and water quality, Pence’s office said.
Pence’s proposal would allow farmers to grow two crops at a time, allowing them to produce more crops and milk at once.
The fairchild farm program, which began in 2006, has helped millions of fairchild parents in Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania grow and milk their own milk.
A report by the University of Michigan, the University at Buffalo and the University Of Michigan Center for Food and Agricultural Policy found that the fairchild crop program helped farmers produce over 4 million pounds of milk in 2016, the highest production in the country.