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Image farmland as far as the eyes can see rows of tall green corn cows grazing in a field lush green soybean fields or golden wheat fields blowing in the wind In todays world this sight may be harder and harder to fine due to th e rapid expansion of America More and more subdivisions are being built on precious and valuable farmland everyday Farmland is the ideal conduction to grow crops or raise meat animals because it is probably flat level land tend relatively cheap compared to houses with a view Over the past twenty years the average acreage per person has doubled accounting to American Farm Trust With the population growing everyday around the world United State Farmer are struggling to keep up with the high demand focusing them to use what little land is left and have to almost double the bushels per acreThe high demands placed on a farmer are almost unbearable With the number of farms and land decreasing rapidly every year its no wonder that the amount of people one famer has to feed is huge According to the local harvest 2 acres to feed approximately 10 people Its a strange on familys now to feed four or five mouths 3 times a day image trying to feed 130 mouths in a day and how stressful that might be America is known around the world as a fat country anyways because Americas eat a lot thousands of pound each yearUnderstand that land is valuable to farmers as well as home developers because houses and expansions of different companys need land to grow and expanses also farmers need land to grow hes or her resources Farmland not only provides foods like vegetables meat and fruit it also provides cotton in its raw form which then is processed in to thread that makes anything from blue jeans purses shirts dresses Also many products such as soybeans sunflowers or
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