It is the most important economic topic in the world.
The United States, in particular, has lost billions of dollars in agricultural production over the last few years due to an inability to compete with foreign producers.
That has forced many farmers to move out of the US, including those who once dominated the industry.
The loss of the U.S. agri-business to foreign competition has left farmers with less money to spend on their products.
The Florida agriculture industry is facing the same challenge that it faced just two years ago when the country’s agriculture industry experienced a global downturn.
But this time, it is not as bad as it was a few years ago.
Florida farmers can still compete with other agricultural producers in the U, and are able to do so in a more competitive market.
“I think it is a good thing that the agriculture market is a little more resilient now,” said Mike Smith, executive director of the Florida Farm Bureau.
“We are starting to see some positive developments in that regard.”
The farm industry is in a tough spot, however, due to several factors, including the growing number of foreign growers, increased prices and a global trade imbalance.
The trade imbalance is a phenomenon that has hurt Florida agriculture for years, and it has worsened recently.
For example, foreign agricultural products account for more than 40 percent of the state’s agricultural production, according to the Florida Department of Agriculture.
According to a report by the U-M Extension Service, the trade imbalance between the U and the U.-S has widened dramatically.
This has resulted in more exports to the U than imports.
And, of course, a large portion of those exports are going to China, which is not only the largest consumer of Florida agriculture, but is also one of the largest exporters of corn and soybeans.
The U-S also imports more than half of Florida’s total corn and other soybean production.
While the trade gap is at an all-time high, Florida agriculture is not the only one struggling.
According to the Agriculture Department, the number of farm workers in the state has declined by 1,000 in the past five years, while the number who work in the service sector has increased by nearly 500,000.
This trend has also affected the size of the farm workforce, as the U of T study shows that there are currently more than 2.3 million farm workers.
It has been estimated that this number could be up to 5.5 million by 2050.
Florida’s farmers are facing a major challenge in finding the right suppliers for their products, as they are facing competition from the likes of China and other foreign countries.
This article originally appeared in the Florida Business Journal.