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Minnesota farmers continued to struggle with low prices and low profitability. Median net income was $26,055 in 2018, down 8%. After adjusting for inflation, Minnesota farms earned the lowest median farm income of the 23 years included in FINBIN. The economic pain was widespread; median incomes were $31,000 or lower for all of Minnesota's major commodity farms; crop, dairy, pork and beef producers. Not every operation struggled. Across all farms, the farms earning the highest net incomes, those in the top 20%, earned an average of $184,000. Those in the lower 20% lost almost ($72,000).
View the 2018 FINBIN Report on Minnesota Farm Finances to learn more about the financial health of the state's agriculture industry.
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