The argument of farm subsidies is an interesting one. The idea is that Americans will pay taxes to help fund farms, thus lowering the price of the product they are selling. Regardless of how a person may feel about the benefits (or lack thereof) of this process, vegetarians and vegans would not be happy to find out that more than 60 percent of the tax dollars that go toward farm subsidies actually don’t do anything to help fund their primary source of nutrition – fruits and vegetables. No, that number is far smaller: less than 1 percent of the foods that subsidies support are fruits and vegetables. The lion’s share of that subsidy money funds meat and dairy products.