France has the most farmers and farms in Europe, according to a new report, but that’s a bit of a stretch.
France has more than 200 million hectares (322.4 million acres) of land, but only 6% of the land in the country is used for agriculture.
The other countries in the EU have more than double that amount of land.
However, many of these areas are in the northern part of the country, where they have a higher incidence of agricultural disease and pollution.
The report, called What is Agriculture?, looks at the countries with the most farming land and the places where the most of it is planted.
France is by far the top country in the region with about 60% of its agricultural land.
The country’s farming sector is estimated to be worth about $1.5 trillion.
It has more land to grow crops, but it also has a lot of environmental damage.
The biggest problem in France is pollution and poor air quality.
In the country’s south, it’s more common to have dust particles and pollen on the ground than it is to have farms producing enough food to feed everyone.
In France, it can be very difficult to find land to plant crops in rural areas, even though the country has more developed and less rural areas than most other European countries.
The agricultural sector is considered one of the most important sectors in the French economy.
The number of farms in France rose by 12.3% from 2011 to 2014, to 7,634,622 hectares.
According to the European Commission, about 70% of France’s land is used to grow agricultural crops.
However that’s only 20% of what the country actually uses to grow its own food.
France also has one of Europe’s highest rates of obesity and diabetes.
Many people are obese, according the World Health Organization.
France was ranked second in the European Union for obesity in 2015, behind Spain.