In agriculture, a way of organizing resources depending on inputs
such as nature of the land, labour, government subsidies, climate, knowledge and abilities of the farmer, and other factors; processes
such as ploughing and harvesting; and outputs
such as milk, eggs, and straw. Different types of farming system include intensive agriculture and extensive agriculture.
The system model can be applied to all types of farming. Different types and patterns of farming result from variations in inputs
physical, cultural, economic, and behavioural factors. Outputs
constitute the end product, the cost of producing which, in relation to its value, will determine the profit margin.
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