Whoever said corporate farms are more efficient than small farms doesn't know anything about farming at all.
That was me and you caught me right, I'm no farming expert and I should say so. I only respond to posts made here and ask questions. I said that corporate farming should be more efficient than smaller operations by extrapolation from other industries plus the mention that subsidies are needed to keep family farms alive. So I withdrawing this claim but wouldn't mind some details about how small farm operations are more efficient than larger ones from those in the know.
I will guarantee that if farm subsidies go away (not necessarily a bad thing) corporate farms will be out of business. There is not enough money in it without farm subsidies to make it worth doing for most corporations.
How do subsidies to family farms differ from those made to corporations? Why wouldn't both types suffer equally from a drop in subsidies?