US farms struggle and majority are family owned

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US farms struggle and majority are family owned.00_00_34_20.Still006

Of the two million farms in the U.S., nearly all are family-owned. About 90 percent of them are small sized farms that usually generate no more than $350,000 a year.
Many farmers are finding it difficult to make ends meet and are looking for other businesses or even second jobs. CCTV’s Roza Kazan filed this report.

US farms struggle and majority are family owned

US farms struggle and majority are family owned

Of the two million farms in the U.S., nearly all are family-owned. About 90 percent of them are small sized farms that usually generate no more than $350,000 a year. Many farmers are finding it difficult to make ends meet and are looking for other businesses or even second jobs. CCTV's Roza Kazan filed this report.


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John Hermann on the job market in the U.S-

John Hermann on the job market in the U.S-

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