Farming is the mainstay of most societies and is responsible for the majority of human deaths.

The US has some of the most intensively-farmed populations in the world.

The USDA estimates that the world produces more than 90 percent of the world’s fertilizers.

But as the US population ages and food prices rise, the value of the food produced in the US drops, according to a new report from the American Farm Bureau Federation.

The federation estimates that US agriculture has been losing money on fertilizers for about 20 years.

In fact, the number of acres of farmland that have been planted since 1980 has decreased by almost 30 percent, according a new study by the farm bureau.

The decline has been especially pronounced in the Northeast, according the report.

And that has been true for decades.

“The decline of the US agricultural industry has been one of the largest and fastest growing in the industrialized world,” according the federation.

“We believe that this is a global problem, but we also believe that we are facing it in this country as well.”

The report also shows that the US is losing more farmland than it is taking in.

While it is true that agriculture accounts for about 1 percent of total U.S. land area, according USDA, it accounts for more than 40 percent of agricultural land, including farm land, forest, wetlands and cropland.

In other words, the land that the average American grows food on is only 10 percent of their land area.

In the Northeast and Midwest, that amount is about 25 percent, the report found.

So how does the US compare?

According to the report, agriculture is losing farmland at a faster rate in the northeast and Midwest than in the South, where it is gaining farmland at an even faster rate.

In 2020, the US harvested about 3.5 million acres of agricultural lands.

By 2020, it will likely harvest more than 6.6 million acres, the USDA said.

That translates to an area of roughly 14 million square miles, or roughly the size of Delaware.

And the US has more than double the farmland area of Germany.

As a result, the United States is taking more land in the process of growing food than it needs, according it report.

The problem is especially severe in rural areas where there are more people.

According to USDA, the average U.s. family farm is about 8.7 square miles and the average household is about 14 square miles.

That means the average family farm takes about 40 times more land to grow food on than the average house.

According the report: “A large share of the nation’s farmland is in the Midwest and Northeast, and the Northeast is home to many of the fastest growing farms, while the Midwest has the second-largest share of farms with an average acreage of just over 7.5 square miles.”

The US Department of Agriculture has a number of measures in place to help farmers manage the loss of farmland.

It recently announced a pilot program that allows farmers to apply for an extension of the 30-year moratorium on the sale of agricultural products.

The program is only available to farmers in the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Norway, the European Union and Switzerland.

And it will be open to farmers that don’t currently have a farm that they can apply for, the Agriculture Department said.

“Agriculture is an essential part of our food supply and this program is designed to provide some support for farmers to help them manage their losses and maximize their return on their agricultural investments,” USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack said in a statement.

“Our agricultural investments are crucial to our economic recovery and prosperity.”

The USDA has set aside $1.5 billion to assist farmers and ranchers in the 2020 fiscal year, according Agriculture Secretary Mike Pompeo.

“While the loss in farmland is a significant challenge, it is also a growing issue,” Pompeo said in an interview with CNBC.

“As the number and type of farmers declines, so too is the amount of land being cultivated.

And if we don’t invest in this sector, then we’re not going to have the resources to support the rural economy.”

It’s hard to find a reason to buy a home, even if you live in the suburbs.

But the US also has a history of high house prices, which can be a factor in slowing down the number, value and growing costs of homes.

That’s why many of us would be tempted to buy and renovate a home if we could afford it, but it’s also why many Americans would be hesitant to buy.

“If the average price for a home in the U.K. is around £1.2 million, and it costs around £600,000 to build, why would anyone ever want to buy that?” said Sarah Brown, an economist at the National Bureau of Economic Research.

Brown is the author of a book called Home Prices in the UK: How to Fix Them and Get a Deal on a Real Estate Deal.

Brown said she believes