HERE WAS MY POST, CLICK HERE
"Don't forget to post the REST of the document...
"Nevertheless, most U.S. farms—98 percent in 2004—are family farms. Even the largest farms tend to be family farms. Large-scale family farms and nonfamily farms account for 10 percent of U.S farms, but 75 percent of the value of production. In contrast, small family farms make up most of the U.S. farm count, produce a modest share of farm output, and receive substantial off-farm income. Many farm households have a large net worth, reflecting the land-intensive nature of farming."
That means that even though there are still a large number of family farms, they are producing VERY little of what we actually eat. "
Thank you "Anonymous" for your clarification. Would love to have a conversation with you. Why "Anonymous"?
Info from @Jambutter "...small farms much more productive than large farms if total output is considered rather than yield from single crop." http://su.pr/4xS9T6