"Do you know where the food you eat comes from? 'The Technology of Farming' explores farming practices throughout history as well as modern techniques from around the world. Learn about the differences between large farms and small farms, the treatment of animals, environmental impacts of farming, and the lives of the people who work to help bring you your food. This series also discusses the people who have improved farming practices and the technology that gets food from the farm to your plate"--Page 4 of cover.
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