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If a single firm becomes too large, it may experience "diseconomies of scale."
Which is an example of diseconomies of scale in agriculture?
A large supermarket chain buys its fresh fruits in greater quantities from a supplier.
A single candy bar requires inputs and production in multiple states around the world.
A corporation can manage multiple farms throughout an entire region, instead of just one farm.
A large brewery can borrow money more cheaply than a local distillery.
A franchise takes longer to respond to the changing demands of a local market than the town bakery.