I disagree with this, as it causes, in the long run, for land and the means of production to shift from private control to corporate control. If a small farm is to stay in the family, the owners have to pay an estate tax on it every time that a family member dies. In a high volume, low margin business like farming, this means that farmers often have to sell off some of their land each generation in order to survive. Since corporations are essentially fake people who never die, they don't have to do this and so, over time, they accumulate more and more land. Corporate control of agricultural land leads to fragile supply chains, monocultures, overuse of herbicides, corruption, and other deleterious effects (not to mention an ever tightening death-grip on an essential good). The law shouldn't favor corporate ownership over small businesses; it should do the exact opposite.