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In Kentucky, a farm is 10 or more acres. In Kentucky, a farm is 10 or more acres.

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Q: How many acres is necessary for land to be considered a 'farm' in Kentucky?
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How many acres are necessary for land to be considered a farm?

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How many acres is necessary for land to be considered a 'farm' in Wyoming?

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How many acres is required to have a farm in Kentucky?

The average farm size in Kentucky is about 164 acres, but farms can be much smaller or much larger, depending on what the farmer wishes to use the land for. A 20 acre farm may run a few cattle; a 10 acres farm may raise goats or chickens or what have you. Farmland covers 54% of the total acreage in Kentucky, and the state is the fifth largest farming state in the nation.


How many acres is necessary to be a faem in kansas?

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How many acres are needed to be considered a farm in Iowa?

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What is the minimum number of acres for land to be considered a farm in Rhea County Tennessee?

With the data I have collected I've seen as low as 10 acres.


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How many acres are necessary for land to be considered a farm in each state?

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