About 63 percent of the farmland Kentucky has lost since 1992 has gone to low-density residential development, like this subdivision in southern Fayette County, according to a new national analysis by the American Farmland Trust.
About 63 percent of the farmland Kentucky has lost since 1992 has gone to low-density residential development, like this subdivision in southern Fayette County, according to a new national analysis by the American Farmland Trust.
About 63 percent of the farmland Kentucky has lost since 1992 has gone to low-density residential development, like this subdivision in southern Fayette County, according to a new national analysis by the American Farmland Trust.