Farmers’ Mobility is one of the biggest drivers of the global economy, accounting for a quarter of the value of all goods traded.
But as a group, they are still only about 10 percent of all consumers.
But thanks to the growth of mobile technology, and growing number of farm families and businesses in the United States, it is now possible to get a better understanding of the mobility of the farm, whether that’s from a distance or on the move.
The infographic below illustrates the mobility trends of the top 10 countries for farmers’ mobility, and provides some insights into how the countrys farmers are doing it.1.
Japan (top, second row)3.
United Kingdom (second row, third row)4.
Canada (third row, fourth row)5.
South Africa (fourth row)6.
United States (third, fourth, fifth)7.
Sweden (fourth, fifth, sixth)8.
United Arab Emirates (fifth)9.
Belgium (fifth, sixth, seventh)10.
Italy (fifth-highest)What can you learn from this infographic?
Here are a few key insights:1.
Farmers have the lowest mobility when they are away from their farms.
The average farmer in Australia only travels from his farm to his home or office once per month.
However, for farmers in Japan, France, and the United Kingdom, this is the norm, and their average time away from the farm is often three months.2.
The largest share of farm mobility is for mobile telecommuters.
Mobile telecommuting is the fastest growing form of farm business in the U.S., with the share of mobile business in 2015 rising to over 16 percent.
This is a clear indicator that rural communities are increasingly moving to rural areas, even as urban markets are increasingly filling the gap.3.
The top 10 most mobile countries are all in the Americas, including Mexico, the United Arab States, Canada, and Sweden.4.
The number of mobile telemarketing campaigns is growing in the Middle East, but the number of farmers in the region moving to mobile telework is relatively low.5.
While the U, U.K., and Canada are the most mobile, Brazil has the largest number of farmer-owned mobile telemobiles in the world, with a total of 2,838.
This means that farmers in Brazil are more likely to have a mobile telephone than anywhere else in the globe.6.
The United States has the most farmers in rural areas and farmers who are mobile teleworking.
However the U and U. K. are also the countries with the highest mobile telephone penetration, at almost a third of all households.7.
The most mobile farm owners in the country are located in the Southeast, which includes Texas, Alabama, Florida, and Georgia.8.
The biggest share of the US. farm economy is in the Northeast, with the biggest share in the West, the South, and some parts of the Midwest.
The Midwest is the region with the largest share in rural mobility, with more than 9 in 10 farmers in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Indiana.9.
The Philippines is the most heavily mobile of the countries.
About a third (34 percent) of farm owners there use mobile telecommunication, and almost 40 percent of rural residents in the Philippines are mobile phone users.10.
Mobile-mobile mobility is growing fastest in Asia, with China, the Philippines, Japan, and Vietnam as the countries where the fastest growth is happening.
The region with fastest growth has been the Southeast Asian countries with high population density, where farmers have access to mobile phones in large numbers.
What are the drivers of farmer mobility?
In this case, it’s likely that agriculture is a key driver of farmer’s mobility.
According to the World Bank, more than 60 percent of the world’s farmland is owned by one or more farmers.
The share of land used to grow food is growing as farmers are increasingly willing to sell their farm or move to urban areas to get better access to higher quality produce.
The global demand for food and agricultural products is increasing at a rapid pace.
While many countries are facing challenges with climate change, food shortages and environmental damage, these challenges will likely worsen over the next several decades as agriculture is increasingly driven by the growing demand for goods and services.
The growth of global demand is also driving demand for farm-to and farm-from services, which are growing faster than the overall food and farm services sector.
What is a farmer-driven mobility initiative?
Many of the largest farmers in each country are using mobile telecommunications.
As a result, their businesses are more connected than ever, allowing them to provide better service and goods to customers and grow their business.
Mobile service providers, like Farmers’ Mobile, can be an important way for farmers to connect to mobile networks.
The Global Mobility Index by the World