When you think about it, it is kind of crazy that only 2% of the United State’s population provides sustenance for the rest of the population.
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Phil McArdle says
A very important, needed, can’t live without 2%.
ATV Straps says
Very interesting and eye-opening fact just shared there. Definitely, a serious reason to value farm and ranch families. As Phil commented, we can’t live without the efforts of this particular 2% of the population.