From small, family plots to large industrial farms and feedlots, agriculture feeds the world. But how, best is agriculture carried out? How can we continue to feed a growing world population using sustainable methods, at a price all can afford?
It's sad to learn that there is more than enough food produced to feed a hungry world. But with food as a traded commodity, it is sold to those who can afford to pay, leaving many with not enough and others with too much for their own good.
Agriculture is caught between "a rock and hard place"... We've come to rely on industrial agriculture to produce enough food, yet the loss of traditional farming and crops, pesticide and fertilizer use, GMOs, and factory farms all have their downsides. How can we find a balance?