Farm income is down, and some farmers are losing money. But stopping farm production may lead to even bigger losses. A hay harvest in 2016 in Grandview, Idaho.
Farm income is down, and some farmers are losing money. But stopping farm production may lead to even bigger losses. A hay harvest in 2016 in Grandview, Idaho. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Farm income is down, and some farmers are losing money. But stopping farm production may lead to even bigger losses. A hay harvest in 2016 in Grandview, Idaho. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

Some farmers are now losing money. That doesn’t mean they should curb output. Here’s why

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