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Did you know that agriculture businesses grow food to distribute in mass quantities, at all points throughout the year, regardless of the food’s peak season. Farming is important resource in America. Without farming and the growth of crops, of the economy will go down, but with farming, the growth the economy will go up, and so will the amount of farms and farmers needed in the U.S. Additionally, to this agriculture now includes dairy and livestock among other characteristics. This is  agriculture at the most basic level, that is incredibly important for a number of reasons.For instance farming began around 10,000 B.C, during the first agricultural revolution, when nomadic tribes started to farm. Additionally to this is when the eight so called “founder crops”, of agriculture appeared. The emmer wheat, einkorn wheat, hulled barley, peas, lentils, bitter vetch, chickpeas, and flex, are the main crop, that were farmed in the early years. An when the industrial revolution led to the faster and more efficient farming technology, which help usher in the second agricultural revolution from 1700 to 1900, in the developing countries, are still on the second agricultural revolution. The third agricultural revolution, corresponds with the late 20th century with the exponential population growth, around the world. Throughout the early years, farming has grown, with every revolution of farming has gone through. Although that the fertile crescent is the site of the earliest planned sowing and harving of plants. However, Americans spend 10 percent of their income on food, which leads to them becoming subsistence farming, which means, that they are just farming enough to feed their family. But the ultimate goal of farming is not the growing of crops, but the cultivation and perfection of human beings. In the U.S and other countries, most farms are family or family partnership owned. The farmers and ranchers comprise just 2 percent of U.S population. They are around 2.2 million farms in the U.S. They make up more than 24 million American jobs in the U.S. That has farming as one of the most important thing for people, because farming makes 17 percent of the jobs in the United States.In addition to today’s, farming has grown more than “food, feed, and fiber,” they have grow crops that are produced into fuel. For the agriculture efficiency has increased over the past century from 27.5 acres/ worked in 1890, to 740 acres/ worked in the 1990. Besides the farmers today produce 262 percent more food with, 2 percent less inputs then the 1950’s. Along with, most of the livestock is raised on large factory farms, called concentrated animal feeding operation, as the  single largest segment is America agriculture. With being a successful farmer today requires knowledge of advanced technology, educational preparation and business skills. Farming is all year round job, that takes time and effort to do, even in the winter, farming has a job it still grows food. In the agriculture businesses, regardless of the food’s peak season, farming is continuous throughout the year. An when the industrial revolution led to the faster and more efficient farming technology, to help with the growth of farming. But the ultimate goal of farming is not the growing of crops, but the cultivation and perfection of human beings. In addition to farming, it has grown more than food, feed, and fiber, in all the years it’s been around. In conclusion, farming has gave a chance to all the people who need a job and has an important way, that provide food and livestock for the people around the world.