Mar 17, 2017

It's time to cultivate rural America's future | Washington Examiner

Rural America is in crisis. Incomes for the farms that serve as the Heartland's economic engine are down nearly 50 percent since 2012 and expected to plunge another 9 percent this year, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. We haven't seen a drop like that since the Great Depression. There are fewer farms in America now than at any point since the 1800s. And expect the contraction to...

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