By now, you probably know that farming has been on your mind for quite some time.
And if you haven’t, you might have heard that the farming industry has been struggling.
Farmers are losing farmers.
The trend is so widespread that a new report released by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) this week, titled “Agricultural Agribusinesses Share the Farm, or at Least Not Quite,” is actually quite remarkable.
Its authors say that a whopping 88% of all farm products sold in the US in 2016 were from non-organic farmers.
That’s an astonishing figure.
The USDA report says that farmers were sold products that weren’t organic, or non-labeled.
In 2016, just 6.4% of US farmers were organic.
The number has jumped to 25% in the past few years.
And it’s not just the farms that are losing their farmers.
As The Economist recently reported, the US now has the second-highest number of farmers in the world, with just under 3 million farmers.
In 2020, nearly 8 million farmers will lose their jobs as a result of climate change.
So what can you do?
There are a few things you can do if you want to save the agriculture industry from the impending doom.
First, there are a lot of things you need to do yourself.
You can read a great guide from the Food Democracy Now!
network to help you get started.
Second, there is an online community of farmers and activists, which is where you can connect with other farmers and their groups, get support, and take action.
Third, there’s also a farm bill, which was passed in the Senate last month, which will make it much easier for farmers to grow more food in the future.
It includes a provision allowing farmers to raise their own crops, and will also allow them to sell products made with non-certified ingredients, like fertilizers and pesticides.
It’s important to note that this will help farmers in certain areas, but it could also hurt other areas.
And there’s a long way to go before farmers can sell products like the organic food that is being sold in supermarkets and other places.
You can also learn more about the problems farmers face from other agricultural groups.
Here are some of the issues farmers face: Agriculture is still largely a rural job.
Nearly 50% of farms are located in urban areas, and the vast majority of those farmers are low-income or low-skill.
Some farmers have lost their livelihoods due to climate change and climate-related weather events.
Most farmers rely on pesticides and fertilizers that can pollute water and soil.
Farmland is also being destroyed.
Some farmers are already losing their farms to development.
Others are moving away from their farms, which could mean their land will be lost as well.
Agri-businesses like agribusys own brand products.
If you’re an agribuys farm, there may not be an option to buy its own products.
But there are alternatives like a certified organic product, certified by a third-party organization, or a certified, certified organic organic farm that’s owned by an organic farmer.
There are also more local businesses like a local grocery store or a small grocery store that offer farm-to-table options.
There’s also plenty of options for consumers to buy organic, non-agriculturally produced products, such as a grocery store, a farmer’s market, or even online retailers like Walmart, Amazon, and Target.
All of these options are becoming more affordable as the cost of growing food and selling it increases.
If you’re considering farming or growing food yourself, the USDA is now offering a program called The Farm Business Toolkit that offers tools and resources to help your farm, grow your business, and save money.