Agriculture involves working with livestock and crops to produce food, while also learning about animal care and processing techniques. Continue reading to learn about career opportunities and degree options in the field to determine if it's a good fit for you.

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As one of the United States' oldest industries, agriculture is an important facet of the U.S. economy. Without it, families would go without bread, fruit, vegetables, milk, meat and just about every other type of food. Agricultural positions vary, but they usually fall under two main areas - animal farming and crop farming.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), agriculture attracts people who like to work with animals, enjoy living an independent lifestyle and prefer to work outdoors on the land ( The BLS also noted that becoming a farmer does not require formal training or credentials, but knowledge of agricultural production is essential. Experience and some formal education are usually necessary for agricultural managers; however, bachelor's degrees in business with a concentration in agriculture provide a good background.

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