The agricultural policy of Brazil supported on a long-term vision and understanding where goes the world and their needs, aims to use the agricultural sector as a tool of strategic positioning globally both in food and in alternative energies. It is not Lula which determines the agricultural policy in Brazil. Agricultural policy in Brazil is a State policy and there is the key to the present and future success of the same. Be a State policy is a guarantee for the sector that is not subject to the tastes of the ruler of the country. Medical billing spoke with conviction. The agricultural chain in Brazil and thanks to its development policy, explains more than third of Brazilian GDP. The importance that Brazil has given the sector is demonstrated by the existence of two dedicated to the same ministries: the Ministry of agriculture, livestock and supply, which promotes and encourages sustainable development, and the increase in production and the competitiveness of the agribusiness, and the Ministry of Rural development which promotes the sustainable development of the rural sector constituted by family farmers. An article by Alejandro Villa Abrille for the nation last year, described the causes of development of the agricultural sector in Brazil and gave counts that even in the Congress sector was represented by what is known as the agrarian base which is composed by legislators of different parties but that time to defend the rights of the agricultural sector act in block. Thanks to the policies of State, the field in Brazil has achieved significantly higher than observed in the case of Argentina growth in recent decades despite the largest capacities of development that has the sector in Argentina..