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Most of the meat, dairy, eggs, fruits and vegetables that we buy from supermarkets today is produced using the economic, scientific and political methods which define Industrial Agriculture. These include innovation in agricultural machinery and farming methods, genetic technology, techniques for achieving economies of scale in production, the creation of new markets for consumption, the application of patent protection to genetic information, and global trade.
Although these techniques are currently predominant in the developed world, such methods are becoming more common everywhere and cross border communication needs to be facilitated.
Over the past 25 years, TJC Global has established an extensive network of expert translators and interpreters to fit our customers’ needs. Our qualified and experienced linguists have an in-depth knowledge of the terminology and processes associated with industrial agriculture ensuring smooth and precise communication in this globally relevant field.
Our Industrial Agriculture Translation and Interpreting Services can cover areas such as:
|Techno-Scientific Agriculture||Fuels / Raw Materials||Perma-Culture|
|Animal Husbandry||Truck and Tractor Management||Farming Analysis|
|Foods and Fibers Materials||Fishing Industry||Forestry Management|
|Raw Materials||Forest Farming||Global Trade Analysis|
|Environmental Awareness||Economies of Scale||Organic Farming|
|Sustainable Agriculture||Combine and Equipment Management||Industrial Management Analysis|
|Political Aspects and Analysis||Agricultural Companies||Horticulture Management|
|Extensive Farming||Agricultural Products||Fish Farming Industry Aquaculture|
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