With one in four rows of soybeans planted in Iowa exported to China, it is almost impossible to overstate the importance of the Chinese economy and its consumers have for US agricultural producers and the farm sector in general. However, there is a lack of understanding of China’s agricultural industry and, in particular, the life and work of a typical Chinese agricultural producer. Having been born and raised in a rural Chinese county, I want to share some of my observations regarding the commonalities and differences between Chinese and US agriculture.
"The Commonalities and Differences between Chinese and US Agriculture,"
Agricultural Policy Review: Vol. 2015
, Article 3.
Available at: http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/agpolicyreview/vol2015/iss3/3