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The Colombian government is in a bind. It will have to decide if it supports large agricultural enterprises, small family farms, or find a reasonable way to make them coexist.

Family farms or big ag? That’s the question Colombians are contemplating in the wake of controversial land purchases by multinational companies in the altillanura, or high plains, an area in eastern Colombia that has the potential to become a bread basket for local and international markets.

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