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Supporting Farms of the Future

Supporting Farms of the Future

To feed the world, we have to grow 10,000 years’ worth of food in the next thirty years, which means...

To feed the world, we have to grow 10,000 years’ worth of food in the next thirty years, which means agriculture producers worldwide must increase food production by 60 to 70 percent{1}. This demand is met with finite resources in agriculture including land, people, and investment coupled with the high costs of technological adoption and implementation, environmental and regulatory burdens and a lag in specialized education and skill development. The convergence of skills development, new technologies, regulatory and cost controls must all be coordinated to deliver an effective agriculture and agrifood strategy in order to develop the farms of the future.

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