Sunday, July 29, 2018

Global Food and Agriculture Photos July 29, 2018

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

U.S.A.
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Lucas Gebel makes sausage while processing hogs at Elma Locker & Grocery on July 25, 2018 in Elma, Iowa. The locker custom butchers hogs and cattle and other livestock for area customers. According to the Iowa Pork Producers Association, Iowa is the number one pork producing state in the U.S. and the top state for pork exports. The state sends about 50 million hogs to market each year and its pork exports totaled more than $1.1 billion in 2017. Pork producers in Iowa are bracing for the impact a trade war with China and Mexico may have on their bottom line going forward. Photo credit: Scott Olson / Getty Images.
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Beef and hogs sides hang in the cooler awaiting processing at Elma Locker & Grocery on July 25, 2018 in Elma, Iowa. Photo credit: Scott Olson / Getty Images.

ARGENTINA
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Goats roast at a restaurant inside La Exposicion Rural agricultural and livestock show in the Palermo neighborhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Monday, July 23, 2018. The Rural Exposition brings together commercial and livestock exhibitors as well as producers, entrepreneurs and professionals from various agro-industrial businesses. Photo credit: Erica Canepa / Bloomberg / Getty Images.

EL SALVADOR
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Salvadorean Samuel Fuentes, a farmer who lost his crops because of the drought, checks his corn field in the town of Usulutan, 110 km southeast from San Salvador, El Salvador on July 24, 2018. - Salvadorean authorities declared an alert due to a drought that has been hitting part of the country for almost a month and has caused severe losses in basic grains. Photo credit: AFP / OSCAR RIVERA / Getty Images.

E.U.
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Dried sunflowers are pictured in a field near Magdeburg, eastern Germany on July 26, 2018. - Dozens of wildfires have hit countries across northern Europe and Greece as a heatwave continues to hold across much of the continent. Photo credit: AFP / TOBIAS SCHWARZ / Getty Images.
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A production of Mozzarella Dop Campana, dairy in Naples, Italy, July 24, 2018. Photo credit: NurPhoto / Getty Images.
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Firefighters are at work on a field of grain that caught on fire during harvest. Firefighters from Schoenwalde, Nauen, Falkensee and Brieselang cooperate to stop the flames. Photo credit: Julian Stähle / dpa / Getty Images.
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Fruit farmer Peter Stechmann checks the quality of his produce. Cherries, apricots and peaches grow on the orchard. Photo credit: Philipp Schulze / dpa / Getty Images.

ZIMBABWE
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Children play on tractor drawn plough at Sangill Ventures farm in Arcturus near Harare, Zimbabwe on July 26, 2018. - Two years ago, a black Zimbabwean farmer saw a white farmer thrown off land by a violent mob. Now the two work together in a partnership that they say could be a model to save the country's ruined agricultural sector. The farm is owned by black Zimbabwean banker and a fourth generation white farmer whose hopes are to be a model to help the country recover from the disastrous land reforms and regain its status as a regional breadbasket. Photo credit: AFP / ZINYANGE AUNTONY / Getty Images.
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Green house supervisor Florence Kwangwara pack trays of eggs for delivery at Sangill Ventures farm in Arcturus near Harare, Zimbabwe on July 26, 2018. Photo credit: AFP / ZINYANGE AUNTONY / Getty Images.

INDIA
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Daily wage women labourers replant paddy saplings at an agricultural paddy field after the monsoon downpour outskirts of the eastern Indian state Odishas capital city Bhubaneswar, on July 27, 2018. Photo credit: NurPhoto / Getty Images.

RUSSIA
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A truck carries sacks of potato harvested in the village of Bagayevskaya, Rostov-on-Don Region. Photo credit: Valery Matytsin / TASS / Getty Images.
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A man harvests tomatoes in the village of Bagayevskaya, Rostov-on-Don Region. Photo credit: Valery Matytsin / TASS / Getty Images.

MYANMAR
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Farmers prepare a paddy field to cultivate rice in Naypyidaw on July 28, 2018. Photo credit: AFP / THET AUNG / Getty Images.

INDONESIA
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Farmers choose tobacco leaves with the best quality to send to tobacco processing in the village of Mekar Jaya, Garut, West Java, On July 26,2018. Indonesia is one of the world's largest producers of tobacco plants. By tobacco farmers, this plant is often referred to as "green gold." Each region also has its own distinctive flavors such as Temanggung, Garut, Madura, Jember, Aceh and Lombok. Photo credit: NurPhoto / Getty Images.
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Farmers choose tobacco leaves with the best quality to send to tobacco processing in the village of Mekar Jaya, Garut, West Java, On July 26,2018. Photo credit: NurPhoto / Getty Images.

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