The United States has had one of the highest rates of crop failures in the world.
This is due to the fact that the majority of the country’s crop production is produced in areas with water-stressed soils.
The result is that most farmers in the country are forced to rely on expensive, inefficient irrigation systems that can cause devastating water shortages.
In recent years, the country has experienced record droughts, which have forced farmers to cut back on production.
The drought has forced farmers in areas of the United Sates most productive crops, corn and soybeans, to make difficult decisions and have to scale back production.
Corn, which accounts for the majority, is now expected to be a major crop by 2030.
This has left farmers facing a difficult situation, particularly as the price of corn and other crops have dropped.
But while drought can be a costly problem, it is the most pressing problem in America’s agricultural sector, according to a report published by the National Agricultural Council.
While the drought has put a strain on farmers, it has also forced many people to consider a life without farming.
In the report, released in June, the National Academy of Sciences found that between 2007 and 2010, the U.S. had an unemployment rate of more than 10% and nearly a quarter of its population was dependent on welfare.
While this has been a significant burden on the American workforce, many of the most vulnerable Americans are also struggling.
The study found that while the unemployment rate in the U