Sunday, July 3, 2016

Global Food and Agriculture Photos July 3, 2016


Goats are led to a pasture at Coneflower Farm in Tiskilwa, Illinois, U.S., on Monday, June 27, 2016. Photo credit: Daniel Acker / Bloomberg via Getty Images.

A farmer ties tomato plants inside a hoop house at Coneflower Farm in Tiskilwa, Illinois, U.S., on Monday, June 27, 2016. Photo credit: Daniel Acker / Bloomberg via Getty Images.

A farmer pulls weeds from a field at Coneflower Farm in Tiskilwa, Illinois, U.S., on Monday, June 27, 2016. Photo credit: Daniel Acker / Bloomberg via Getty Images.

Local farmers plant rice saplings at Khokana, Patan, Nepal on June 27, 2016. Due to less rainfall during the monsoon season, most of the people of Khokana plant rice by pumping water from the nearby Bagmati River, which costs an additional NRs 500 (US $5) per hour for the pump charge. Photo credit: Narayan Maharjan / NurPhoto via Getty Images.

Rice Plantation at Chapagaun, Patan, Nepal on June 29, 2016. Nepalese people celebrate Rice Plantation National Paddy Day nationwide by planting rice, playing on mud and eating curd and beaten rice in the rice field. Photo credit: Narayan Maharjan / NurPhoto via Getty Images.

Farmer's play and mud with each other during the celebration of National Paddy Day "ASHAD 15" Rice Plantation at Chapagaun, Patan, Nepal on June 29, 2016. Photo credit: Narayan Maharjan / NurPhoto via Getty Images.

A family prepares traditional banana leaf tamales at a home in Villahermosa, Mexico on Friday, June 21, 2016. A tamale is a dish made of masa steamed in a banana leaf or corn husk. Tamales became a culinary tradition in Mexico often associated with a festival or life event. Photo credit: Guillermo Arias / Bloomberg via Getty Images.

A woman prepares traditional banana leaf tamales at her home in Villahermosa, Mexico on Friday, June 21, 2016. Photo credit: Guillermo Arias / Bloomberg via Getty Images.

This picture taken early on June 29, 2016 shows Pagvajaviin Shatarbaatar watching his herd in the Gobi desert near Luusiin. Mongolians went to the polls across their sprawling, sparsely-populated country on June 29 as it struggles to benefit from its vast natural resources amid disputes over foreign investment and slumping demand from neighbouring China. It took Mongolian nomad Pagvajaviin Shatarbaatar seven days to get to his polling station to vote in in the general election -- accompanied by more than 2,000 sheep, goats and horses. Across the country -- more than twice the size of France, but with a population of only three million -- trucks with mobile ballot boxes crisscrossed the vast steppe to enable the sick and elderly to vote, while herders and others streamed to polling stations in set up in gers, traditional Mongolian tents. Photo credit: JOHANNES EISELE / AFP / Getty Images.

Bangladeshi farmers load their vehicles with pineapples at Jalchatra Bazaar in Tangail, the biggest pineapple market in Bangladesh on June 28, 2016. Pineapple has been cultivated on 8,000 hectares of land where 300,000 tonnes of pineapple are produced in Tangail, Bangldesh, the largest growing area of the country, in this year, according to Madhupur agriculture officials. Photo credit: Rehman Asad / NurPhoto via Getty Images.

A worker stands and watches as a truck is loaded with wheat grain from a combine harvester during the summer harvest on a farm operated by Kuban Agroholding, a unit of Basic Element Co., in Ust-Labinsk, Russia, on Monday, June 27, 2016. Russian wheat-export prices dropped to a six-year low last week as prices in major competitors such as the U.S. and France fell and harvesting of a bumper crop was about to start. Photo credit: Andrey Rudakov / Bloomberg via Getty Images.

Trucks deliver supplies of newly harvested wheat grain to a storage depot operated by Kuban Agroholding, a unit of Basic Element Co., in Ust-Labinsk, Russia, on Monday, June 27, 2016. Photo credit: Andrey Rudakov / Bloomberg via Getty Images.

John Christopherson puts Brick cheese curds into forms to make blocks of the cheese at the Widmer's Cheese Cellars on June 27, 2016 in Theresa, Wisconsin. Widmer's is an artisanal cheesemaker that has produced cheese in the same facility for four generations much the same way as it was made by the founder, with traditional open vats and curds being stirred and scooped into molds by hand. Record dairy production in the United States has produced a record surplus of cheese causing prices to drop. Despite this surplus Widmer's says it continues to see growth as consumers continue to gravitate toward craft-made food products. Photo credit: Scott Olson / Getty Images.

Justin Koch (L) and Trevor Hetzel cuts curds in a vat of Brick cheese at the Widmer's Cheese Cellars on June 27, 2016 in Theresa, Wisconsin. Photo credit: Scott Olson / Getty Images.

Blocks of Brick cheese are prepared for shipping at Widmer's Cheese Cellars on June 27, 2016 in Theresa, Wisconsin. Photo credit: Scott Olson / Getty Images.

People attend the Annual Summer Fancy Food Show at the Javits Center in Manhattan on June 27, 2016 in New York City. Photo credit: VIEW press / Corbis via Getty Images.

Products are displayed at the Annual Summer Fancy Food Show at the Javits Center in Manhattan on June 27, 2016 in New York City. Photo credit: VIEW press / Corbis via Getty Images.

In this picture taken on June 26, 2016, a farmer carrying a traditional plough walks home with her cow after labouring on her family field on the outskirts of Hanoi. Photo credit: HOANG DINH NAM / AFP / Getty Images.

An idyllic rural landscape of meadow of natural, wild flowers on 26th June 2016, in the village of Bakonygyriot, Gyor-Moson-Sopron, Hungary. Photo credit: Richard Baker / In Pictures via Getty Images.

Three men collect grass to feed their livestock from a river bank in Jakarta on June 30, 2016. Indonesia launched a tax amnesty in a bid to give Southeast Asias top economy a multibillion-dollar boost, defying criticism the move will let evaders off the hook. Photo credit: BAY ISMOYO / AFP / Getty Images.

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