Sunday, November 27, 2016

Global Food and Agriculture Photos November 27, 2016

This roundup of global food, farming, and agricultural photos appears every Sunday on Big Picture Agriculture.


Syrian farmers work at a farm during the harvest season in Damascus's Harasta region, Syria on November 21, 2016. Farmers work semi manually, after regime forces airstrike destroyed half of the olive oil factory. Photo credit: Anadolu Agency / Getty Images.

Farmworkers from Grimway Farms harvest carrots on November 21, 2016 from a field on the outskirts of Bakersfield, California. Photo credit: AFP / Frederic J. BROWN / Getty Images.

A worker carries vegetables in a bamboo basket along a street in Bangkok on November 24, 2016. Photo credit: AFP / TANG Chhin Sothy / Getty Images.

Nepalese fruit vendor waits for the customers to sell orange in the marketplace at Kalimati Vegetables and Fruits Market at Kathmandu, Nepal on Friday, November 25, 2016. Photo credit: NurPhoto / Getty Images.

A Yemeni family hangs banana bunches at a field in the city of Zanhibar in the southern Yemeni district of Abyan on November 23, 2016. Photo credit: AFP / SALEH Al-Obeidi / Getty Images.

A farmer stacks roses onto a bicycle on November 22, 2016 in Gotkhali, Jessore, Bangladesh. Farmers here have found flower cultivation more profitable than vegetable farming. Many in the village and adjoining Gotkhali started flower cultivation commercially in late 1980s and early 1990s. Now around 20,000 farmers in over 23 districts are engaged in the cultivation and over 2 million people are engaged in the chain from cultivation to marketing throughout the country, according to Bangladesh Flower Society. Photo credit: Sk Hasan Ali / Corbis News / Getty Images.

Mist nets protect a tomato crop from animals and birds on November 24 in Jessore, Bangladesh. Every year thousands of birds are killed through the use of pesticides and nets in agricultural farms. Photo credit: Sk Hasan Ali / Corbis News / Getty Images.

Jute-sticks are stacked to dry under the sun on November 21, 2016 at Gopalganj district, Bangladesh. Bangladesh produces the finest quality natural jute fiber. As such Bangladeshi jute product manufacturer or exporter has an extra advantage in manufacturing top grade jute product by using best quality natural fiber. Photo credit: Sk Hasan Ali / Corbis News / Getty Images.

A worker stacks sacks of processed rice at a Compagnie Agricole de Saint-Louis du Senegal (CASL) warehouse, in Saint-Louis, Senegal, on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016. Rice is fast becoming West Africas preferred food and after four decades of importing the staple, the region is now aiming to grow enough rice to meet domestic demand. Photo credit: Xaume Olleros / Bloomberg via Getty Images.

Smart Valleys's representative Dominique Hounton looks at rice in a ricefield on November 21, 2016 in Ouinhi, southeastern Benin. AfricaRice aims to develop the culture of Nerica (New Rice for Africa) in 'Smart valleys', in Benin and Togo. Photo credit: AFP / Yanick FOLLY / Getty Images.

Prince Harry chooses fruit as he visits a market store on the sixth day of an official visit on November 25, 2016 in Soufriere, Saint Lucia. Prince Harry's visit to The Caribbean marks the 35th Anniversary of Independence in Antigua and Barbuda and the 50th Anniversary of Independence in Barbados and Guyana. Photo credit: Samir Hussein / Wireimage / Getty Images.

Farmers sort out radish crop on a boat on Dal lake in Srinagar, India on November 22,2016. Photo credit: AFP / TAUSEEF Mustafa / Getty Images.

An Indian farmer carries rice seedlings from a paddy field at Nimati village, some 300 kms from Guwahati, the capital city of the northeastern state of Assam on November 24, 2016. India is among the leading rice producers in the world and stands at second position in the world. India produces rice in a large quantity and in the last financial year, rice production crossed the mark of 100 million tonnes. Photo credit: AFP / Biju BORO / Getty Images.

Bags with the inscriptions "Grain","Bread","Rye",during perfomance activists of the National Movement of "State Initiative of Yarosh" of former leader of the "Right Sector" Dmytro Yarosh,attend a rally dedicated to the memory of victims of Great Famine ( the Holodomor) in Ukraine of 1932-1933,in front the Russian Embassy in Kiev,Ukraine,26 November,2016. Ukraine marked 83 years since the Stalin era Great famine (the Holodomor). The 1932-33 famine took place as harvests dwindled and Soviet dictator Josef Stalin's police enforced the brutal policy of collectivising agriculture by requisitioning grain and other foodstuffs. The result was the death to more than five millions of people and which is regarded by many as a genocide. Photo credit: NurPhoto / Getty Images.

Workers load freshly harvested Fir Christmas trees onto a truck at Brown's Tree Farm in Muncy, Pennsylvania, U.S., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016. There are close to 15,000 farms growing Christmas Trees in the U.S. and over 100,000 people are employed full or part-time in the industry, according to the National Christmas Tree Association. Photo credit: Luke Sharrett / Bloomberg via Getty Images.

Bronze and white turkeys are reared on poultry farmers Tim & Lynne Lindley's 'Hostingley Farm Free Range' near Dewsbury, northern England, on November 23, 2016. The turkeys and geese are reared from day-old chicks until they are slaughtered, plucked, hung and prepared all on site, ready for Christmas. Photo credit: AFP / Oli SCARFF / Getty Images.

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