While the structure of U.S. agriculture has changed significantly over the last several decades, midsize farms remain an important group. A new report out from the Economic Research Service (ERS) found that the number of midsize farms declined by about 5% between 1992 and 2012.
The continued survival and growth of midsize farms remains of interest to policy-makers because many represent small commercial farms that grew in size. Additionally, if past patterns hold, a significant sha
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