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True that is not a necessary condition, but I think there is a relationship. Industrial farming tends to try to decrease natural variation in order to create monocultures that can be standardised to a higher degree.

Family farms tends to vary in size over time, depending on large an area and number of animals a family can handle. So I think it might very well be family farms with robotic implements and few personnel that will be able to minimize food cost and carbon dioxide emissions.

by fjallstrom on Wed Mar 24th, 2021 at 06:35:30 PM EST
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