Sights like this – of a Chatham County farmer harvesting his silage corn last fall – are not as widespread as they once were in North Carolina. The number of farms in the state is declining, even as the state remains highly dependent on agricultural output for jobs and revenue.
Sights like this – of a Chatham County farmer harvesting his silage corn last fall – are not as widespread as they once were in North Carolina. The number of farms in the state is declining, even as the state remains highly dependent on agricultural output for jobs and revenue. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Sights like this – of a Chatham County farmer harvesting his silage corn last fall – are not as widespread as they once were in North Carolina. The number of farms in the state is declining, even as the state remains highly dependent on agricultural output for jobs and revenue. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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