Agriculture, Food and Beverage

The world's smallest farms feed more people than you might think, research shows

Small farms worldwide contribute to the majority of crops produced, like this worker who is harvesting grapes with little space or machinery. Image: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol - RC2WUP97XXRE

Florian Zandt

Data Journalist, Statista

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This chart compares the share of global food, feed and fuel production, between smaller and larger farms. Image: Our World in Data
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