The Chinese government has always been highly concerned about “Issues of Agriculture, Rural Areas, and Farmers”. Since the reform and opening-up, the Chinese government has promulgated a series of policies for supporting and benefiting agriculture under the guideline of “More Support, Less Burden, and Flexible Operation”. These policies have greatly increased farmers’ enthusiasm for production. Over the past few years, Chinese grain output and output of other major farm produces have risen dramatically, achieving balance between supply and demand; the employment opportunities and incomes of farmers have been on steady increase; new achievements have been made in education, culture, health, etc., and harmony and stability have been realized in rural areas. Sound and fast development of rural economy and society has laid a solid foundation for national economic and social development. Publicizing agriculture benefit policies is an important part of the work on “Issues of Agriculture, Rural Areas, and Farmers”, an effective way to carry out national policies and guidelines on rural development, and an important means to promote the economic and social development of agriculture and rural areas in a new development phase. We need to enhance the publicity of these policies to really benefit farmers and to achieve stable agricultural development, steady income increase of farmers, and harmony and stability of rural areas. Answers to Farmers’ 300 Concerns, published by Jiangxi People’s Publishing House, is a readable, useful, and affordable popular book for farmers. It includes 365 questions, classified into 27 categories, which are closely related to farmers’ production and living. The book is especially for farmers and people who work on “Issues of Agriculture, Rural Areas, and Farmers”, and is composed by the experts and key personnel of agriculture-related departments of Jiangxi province. The book is characteristic of Q&A form, and elaborates on the agriculture benefit policies that farmers care about the most and that have the most direct benefit to farmers. It not only meets to the largest extent the demands of farmers to learn about policies but also satisfy the need of workers in rural areas for a manual. Answers to Farmers’ 300 Concerns is widely recognized by readers, and has been ordered by many “bookstores for farmers”. A large number of farmers and workers in rural areas have bought the book. Now the first 10,000 copies are almost sold out.