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Farms across the US have been consolidating in the face of shrinking margins while experiencing increasing competition for land use. The co-location of solar power production and agriculture, known as agrivoltaic systems, may be an effective compromise, as it can both supplement farmers' incomes and stabilize revenues. A model is developed to stochastically generate weather variables and commodity prices to conduct an analysis comparing net revenues for a solar only plot, a farm only plot, anddoi:10.17615/t15w-ry75 fatcat:zaab6nlmlzahlihpv7syvs4mje