Kentucky Farm Cash Receipts Up in 2010, Horses Show Slight Improvement

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After being hit with a commodity market crash in 2008 and a global recession in 2009, Kentucky's farm economy showed marked improvement in 2010. Agricultural economists with the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture estimate Kentucky farm cash receipts to be $4.4 to $4.7 billion this year, up at least $100-300 million over 2009 and well above the 10-year average of $4 billion.

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