Structural change in U.S. farmland, Issues 617-619
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, 1990 - Business & Economics - 17 pages
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acre on medium acreage classes adjusted for inflation Appendix table census census of agriculture Change in U.S. changes in land changes in sales class 1969 prices classes Sales class concentration of land concentration on large constant-price sales classes crop prices cropland on large Cropland pasture distribution of farm distribution of land farm income farm sales classes Farm Structure farms by constant-price farms decreased higher sales inflation in agricultural intensive land irrigated land land on farms land rented land tenure land use categories large farms acquired large farms increased largest share nominal-price sales classes number of farms pasture and pastured pastureland and rangeland permanent pastureland price changes production Sales class 1969 sales classes Sales sales concentration sales on large sales per acre share of land share of sales structural change Structure of U.S. three sales classes total land total number U.S. Agriculture U.S. Congress U.S. Dept U.S. Farmland