Study: Wisconsin losing farmland but can insulate against downtrends

A recent study found Wisconsin is losing 30,000 acres of farmland every year, but its agriculture diversity allows it to produce a variety of products such as milk, cheese, corn and meat and venture into operations, including running organic farms. The report recommends improvements to country and farming living, including a grant program to help prevent development within specified farming clusters.

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