In 1920, Black-run farms were about 14% of the total in the U.S. Today, Black farmers are less than 2% of all farmers. Their farms also tend to be smaller in size. As of the 2017 agricultural census, Black-operated farms made up 0.5% of the total farmland in the U.S.
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