fwiw most farmers I know are small, family owned and run. The rest are gigantic employing fewer people and buying more machinery. Much of it is monoculture (orchards) or rotating crops (think wheat, canola and barley). I have beef cattle.
What concerns me is land management. What grows above the ground depends on the ground below. Many years ago I was seduced by Permaculture and despite the cooky offshoots I learnt a few things. I now approach all aspects of my farming from a regenerative perspective. What can I do to make the ground better.
If I was to pursue any policy it would be regeneration. Plant trees, repair land and increase the biodiversity. Simply, good land management.
wait … free trees would be nice. I’ve got a few kilometers of ripped and fenced tree lanes ready for planting. If you like to help I can pay in kangaroos …