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American agriculture harvested a bumper decade. Farm income value increased from $275 billion in 2003 to $425 billion for the past three years.
Farming’s best days may soon be behind it, the American Farm Bureau Federation’s top economist said Monday.
Economist Bob Young talks with Farm Bureau federation members before his keynote address on Monday.