The number of very small farms has increased rapidly in recent years. Very large farms are also on the rise, and now account for most of U.S. agricultural production. But farms in the middle, medium-sized, self-sustaining family farms, have declined dramatically. So does that mean the farmer of the future will either be part of an enormous operation, or... the owner of a small hobby farm? Not necessarily. A few people are finding ways to break into mid-level production agriculture. Wrapping up Harvest Public Media’s week-long series on the “Farmer of the Future,” Frank Morris spoke to one of them.