Agriculture Infographics

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Farm for yourself How much land, what do you need to grow and what animals do you need to raise to feed yourself?

Being Self Sufficient: How big of a backyard do you need to live off the land?

Being Self Sufficient. How big of a backyard to you need to live off the land? With spring in the air and gardening, landscaping and planting on the mind we came across this image. Here is a fun infographic to illustrate how much land you need to live off and be self sufficient.Do you live off your land? What things are you doing and what things do you want to do to be more self sufficient?

The American farmer - the original environmentalist.

Bayer Fund Grants | Agriculture Charities | America’s Farmers

The American farmer - the original environmentalist.

10 Best Parts Of Being A Farmer, might need this to remind myself every now and again

Thank a farmer!

Katharine Umbarger-Dallam

Katharine Umbarger-Dallam added a new photo.



Kitchen 101: Seasonal Vegetable Availability -&nbspThis website is for sale! -  Resources and Information.

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via @AmericasFarmers - What's the best part about being a farmer? #agchat

The Meat Makers infographic

Infographic: The Meat Makers - Hobby Farms

Get the info you need to choose the best meat to raise on your hobby farm.

Farm Water Conservation

Farmer's share of the food dollar, is agritourism and cutting the middle men out a way to regain some dollars? Or is reducing production costs with sustainable agriculture a possibility

Farmer’s share of the Food Dollar

If you been in farming for a long time or exposed to the farm life you are aware of the economic struggle that the farmer encounters daily. In fact, the economics of the food dollar don't lo…

VELD architect - Farm size changes over the years in Canada, measured in acres and horsepower

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@VELD architect, southwestern Ontario

available varieties of vegetables over time

Delete your fruits and vegetables!

We’d normally leave this kind of thing to Indy Keeper of Sustainability Consciousness Matthew Schniper, but since he’s on vacation, here’s a disturbing little infographic to tide you over. It comes courtesy of the latest National Geographic, whose editors have unearthed a study showing how commercial agriculture made 93 percent of fruit and vegetable varieties extinct over the past century.