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Global Information: Agriculture
Agriculture is the cultivation and production, the growing and shaping of the food that we need to survive every day. The main staple crops of the world are rice, wheat, millet, rye, maize, potatoes, soya and cassava.

Agriculture is not just defined as the crops we grow though. Animal products and, in turn their own produce account for a large proportion of the agricultural world. The principle animal crops are milk, butter and of course the meats of the animals themselves, including mutton and lamb, veal and beef and pork.

It is thought that 75% of the total world population depends on agriculture and so we can see from this figure how important this sector really is. Asia is the world's largest food producer and countries such as Vietnam make more than enough to feed themselves and so they can afford to export large quantities of their valuable staple crop elsewhere in the world.
 

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