Sunday, September 13, 2015

Farm and Food Photos September 14, 2015

A farmer pets a cow during the cattle downhill from the Alps during the so-called Viehscheid drive on September 11, 2015 near the village of Bad Hindelang, southern Germany. During the traditional 'Almabtrieb' event, cow herds are brought from alpine pastures, where they stay during the summer, to their stables in the valley. Photo credit: AFP PHOTO / CHRISTOF STACHE / Getty images.

Indonesian workers check livestock from Bima, East Nusa Tenggara in Surabaya on September 10, 2015. Indonesian President Joko Widodo on September 9 unveiled a series of stimulus measures to lift slowing growth in Southeast Asia's top economy and shore up the country's plunging currency. Photo credit: AFP PHOTO / JUNI KRISWANTO / Getty images.

Stephen Jenner, from the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, sprays an insecticide under an avocado tree where some Oriental fruit flies were found on September 9, 2015 in Homestead, Florida. The discovery of the flies has forced the state to quarantine about 85 square miles of farmland in Southern Miami-Dade county until they have been eradicated. The flies have the potential to damage Florida's $120 billion agriculture industry. Photo credit: JOE RAEDLE / Getty images.

Indian labourers unload onions for sorting at Mundera wholesale market in Allahabad on September 9, 2015. The cost of India's staple vegetable -- an essential ingredient in curries and eaten daily by almost everyone -- soared in August to an eyewatering 60 rupees (90 US cents) a kilo on wholesale markets, up from 25 rupees in June. Photo credit: AFP PHOTO/ SANJAY KANOJIA / Getty Images.

Workers harvest Dorona grapes on the Island of Mazorbo on September 9, 2015 in Venice, Italy. Known as the 'Dorona' (Golden Grape) during the age of the Venetian Doges this autochthonous grape variety became nearly extinct and only a few plants were left hidden away in vegetable gardens and convents. Photo credit: Awakening / Getty Images.

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