> And let's remember, too, that over three-quarters of US farmers have
> gross revenues under $50,000 and on average show a net *loss* of $3,000
> per year.
Is this actually true? How can 75% of US farmers have under $50,000 gross when
we have all these big farms? Example: A 400 acre corn farmer @ only 100 bu/acre
x 2.00 bu. is $80,000 gross. Something doesn't seem right about this info or
maybe my personal intuiton is on the blink today.
-- "New Generation Cropping Systems": the cutting edge of sustainable agriculture http://www.cedarmeadowfarm.com Steve Groff Cedar Meadow Farm 679 Hilldale Rd Holtwood PA 17532 USA Ph. 717-284-5152
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