Agricultural productivity is measured as the ratio of agricultural output to agricultural input. Output is typically measured by market value of output, while Input refers to the costs of production, such as: land, machinery, fertilizer, seeds, crop chemicals, grain handling facilities, hired labor, fuel for vehicles, heating and conditioning of crops, livestock, feed and veterinary care of livestock, and crop insurance, among others. Reducing those costs typically leads to increased productivity and reducing prices of food.
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