Types of Specialty Farms

When most people thing of farms, they picture tractors and corn. While it certainly is true that cash crops like corn, soybeans, tobacco, wheat, and vegetables, as well as livestock, do account for a large percentage of the farming done in the United States, these are not your only employment options. As an agricultural worker, you may have the chance to work on a specialized farm that focuses on another type of product. Some of the options in the United States include the following:

When you work on specialized farms, there are specific tasks that you have to learn, so it is beneficial for you to stay within one industry. While this is somewhat true when you’re working with grains and livestock as well, it is much easier to move from working on a corn farm to working on a soybean farm than it is to move from working on a diary farm to working in a greenhouse!

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