Farms Aren’t Going Away, but a Lot of Little Ones Are

“My grandfather told me that the only way to stop farming is to die,” Skinner, 67, said.

Last spring he sold the land where he, his brother, his parents and his grandparents had grown wheat and grain sorghum. The farm holds decades of memories: the creepy feeling as a preschool child of reaching his hand under hens ...

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