Is Corn Belt farm economy too specialized?

Is Corn Belt farm economy too specialized?

Ag economist suggests farm economy still as diverse now as in 1930s.

Is Corn Belt farm economy too specialized?
ECONOMIC cycles often provide benefits to some and harm to others. Particularly in agriculture, rising grain prices are simultaneously celebrated by crop producers for the increased revenues they bring and decried by livestock producers as those prices incr

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