We examine how family farms are feeling the bite of inflation and fluctuations in yields and markets for their crops. The U.S. Census Bureau reclassifed about 50 Wisconsin cities and villages as rural areas. The executive director of the League of Wisconsin Municipalities talks about the implications of this change.
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Wisconsin agricultural economist highlights 2022 farm income
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the average farm business is expected to make about $9,800 more than last year. A UW-Madison agricultural economist breaks down how family farm operations are managing inflation, yields and the market for their crops.
US Census reclassifies dozens of 'urban' Wisconsin locations as 'rural'
The U.S. Census Bureau changed how it classifies urban areas, turning more than 40 Wisconsin cities and villages into rural areas. The executive director of the League of Wisconsin Municipalities explains the implications of the change and what issues are affecting municipalities.
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- Joe Tarr Producer
- Maria Lopez Technical Director
- Paul Mitchell Guest
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