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One hundred years ago, most of us farmed and grew our own food. Today, less than 3-percent of Americans make the things that grow our great nation. But, thanks to new advances in technology, business, science, and society, we have been able to do much more with much less. Agriculture faces many problems today, from drought and pollution to climate change and land availability. Farmers struggle to develop sustainable agriculture practices that help the Earth and make money. Hydroponic fodder saves over 90-percent less water and land than soil-based animal feed. Research and farmers concur. Not only does hydroponic fodder save water and land, but it is also better for the Earth. Farms that adopt hydroponics can spare land normally used to grow crops for livestock. The land is better used for other purposes, like agricultural land trusts and natural preserves. Farms also use fewer inputs to produce significantly more food. Thinking Outside The Soil shares valuable knowledge for every farm to grow fodder with less water, on less land, and improve its bottom line.