When it comes to Earth Day you must think about the serious business of food production. Most often, it gets taken for granted in the public domain until food prices increase or something goes wrong.
As we speak, farmers are in fields across the United States planting the 2017 harvest. U.S. farmers—from crop and livestock to fruit and vegetable production — have always deployed their entrepreneurial skills and willingness to adopt technology and science to improve the stewardship of land, water and natural resources and increase yields to feed an increasingly hungry and expanding world population.
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