The value of agricultural production in the United States has risen over the past decade due to increases in production as well as higher prices. Yield gains for crops have been particularly important, although acreage has also risen recently in response to elevated prices since 2008. While livestock production is up, prices rose more than 70 percent from 2002 to 2012.
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