Younger generations in China are not as interested in ag

Younger generations in China are not as interested in agriculture as their predecessors.

According to the nationwide study by the Chinese Association of Ag Science Societies, younger generations are just less interested in the traditional aspects of farming like baling hay or raising livestock. Instead, they want to learn more about food safety and nutrition.

The study suggests that farming theory has become more popular than actually farming, and it attributes that switch to higher education.

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