It is estimated that we will need to double worldwide crop production by 2050 to meet the needs of a rapidly increasing global population, and yet the availability of agricultural land in the US is declining.
- How do we face this immense challenge when US agriculture is already operating at peak efficiency?
- How can we guarantee that Americans will have a safe and reliable food supply at prices they can afford?
- How can we ensure that our food supply is not dependent on imports (think of what our dependency on foreign oil is doing to our economy)?
The answers to these questions reside in the ingenuity and dedication of American farmers who for centuries have risen to the challenges of producing more with less on fewer acres. Nowhere else is this better exemplified than in Wisconsin (more…)