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Why Idaho’s family farms keep getting bigger

A dwindling number of farms produce the vast majority of Idaho’s agriculture products. Larger farms operate more efficiently, helping farmers offset lower commodity prices with higher yields and lower inputs. Smaller farms struggle to make it in the new ag world, prompting some farmers to cash in on high land prices by selling to neighboring farmers or developers.

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