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Agriculture is up to the task

The end of agriculture in America is near. American agriculture will soon lose its competitive edge.
So say some agricultural opponents. They also think that...
The high costs of producing food in America, compared with the costs in other countries, are pushing American producers out of business as foreign competitors develop enough to serve the same markets. Overseas producers with lower input costs will increasingly be able to undersell American producers.
Other major factors that will change the face of American agriculture include energy shortages, exhausted land and limited water resources.
Opponents of today’s agriculture suggest stripping away the ...

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