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According to Institute of Agricultural Economy? IEA, in the state of the Rio Grande Do Sul, about 70% of consumed foods comes from familiar agriculture, from there plus one of the reasons for the reinforcement of the sector. Mior (2005) contemplates in the book ‘ ‘ Familiar, agroindstrias agriculturists and nets development rural’ ‘ , that in middle of 90 years familiar agriculture starts to coexist the opening of the economy they will desregularo and it, where the Brazilian politics starts to open differentiated spaces, with dedicated politics to work with ambient questions, of agricultural development and agricultural production. The Rio Grande Do Sul as well as the other states of the country, in the years of decay of familiar agriculture, green after-revolution, as already referenciado previously, had an increase fortssimo of agricultural exodus, as cited in Guimares (2001) the population gaucho diminished 31.5%, whereas the urban one increased 210%, this portraies the scene desolating that the agricultural producers lived at the time. In the years 80 these problems still more had been aggravated with the economic degradation for the commercial opening and the supervaluation of the national currency, pressuring ‘ ‘ man of campo’ ‘ to migrar for the urban centers. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Roubini Global Economics.

As Portugal (2002) familiar agriculture in the Rio Grande Do Sul is characterized by small agricultural units that for times process foods and others commercialize them in natura. These small communities had had its influenced productive matrix throughout the history of the settling of the Rio Grande Do Sul for some etnias. Guimares (2001) demonstrates this situation in its dissertao of mestrado when referring itself it the Italian, German, black immigrants and indians and its relation with the production and food processing. As Angels (2003) the process of settling of this region was decisive in becoming it the most important segment of familiar agriculture of Brazil, these deriving of the Europe (German, Italian and Polish) colonists if they incorporate this society impregnating to it the traces of the Central European campesinato, seen for its dynamism and versatility in the economic diversification of the familiar units of production..

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