Minnesota Farmer


Want to have a job when you graduate from school, think STEAM.  That stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Agriculture and Math.  Agriculture?  Yes, Agriculture!

Actual farmers make up just about two to four percent of the American work force. But people who work in related industries that depend on what farmers do account for at least a quarter of the entire work force. That includes everyone from people in food services jobs to Kraft executives to commodities traders.

Many folks in Agriculture are experts in one of the other areas also.  It is nearly impossible to work on a farm today without  knowing something about all of the others.  To be a part of Agriculture today you may not even have a degree in Agriculture, but you still will be involved in feeding the world.  That’s Agriculture!


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