Fodder trees are an increasingly common planting material in urban areas, and are widely used as fodder to improve soil fertility.
But they are not a particularly productive crop in the real world.
In the last few years, they have been a casualty of climate change.
In New York City, one of the world’s largest food markets, the feedlot has seen its crop yields drop by more than half.
And with the city experiencing a severe drought this year, feedlot operators have had to find other sources of food.
With the world struggling to feed itself, many food companies have begun to plant fodder trees in an effort to survive in the coming years.
Fodder can also be a great source of protein, since it can be grown in many different locations.
The most common fodder trees used to be wheat and oats, but as the climate has warmed, they’ve become more popular with gardeners and urban dwellers.
“In the urban environment, you can’t plant fodder if you don’t have sufficient rainfall, so they have become very popular in the last couple of years,” said Robert C. Anderson, a professor of agricultural sciences at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
The popularity of feedlot fodder trees has helped to make them more productive in urban landscapes, but they’re also being displaced by other crops in the cities, he added.
And now that farmers have begun using these trees for their crops, they’re experiencing a big decrease in yields.
The number of feedlots in New York’s Metropolitan Area has fallen from 4,300 in 2012 to just 2,300 this year.
Anderson said the decline in yield could be due to the increased use of seedlings for fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides.
The trees are also losing moisture because of climate warming, which could make it difficult for the trees to absorb the nutrients they need.
While the city has had plenty of rain in recent years, farmers say that the recent rains have not been enough to offset the decrease in yield.
The yield losses could also be due in part to the drought that has hit New York, as well as the drought in other parts of the country.
The drought in the United States has seen the nation’s yield levels drop from their historic high of nearly 3.5 billion bushels per acre in mid-2014 to just 1.8 billion bushells per acres in March.
But Anderson said that the drought has not been as severe in the past few years.
“The drought has been a relatively mild one, but the fact that we’re still experiencing drought in some places, like Texas, does not mean that we can just go ahead and plant grass, or other crops, and expect to have a large yield,” he said.
The number of fodder trees planted has dropped by about half in the same time period.
But even as farmers have found ways to adapt to the change, some are still using the trees as fodder.
Anderson said the yield of fodder-fed crops has dropped in cities as well, particularly in cities with high population density.
The city has struggled to find fodder to feed its growing population, especially after New York State lawmakers approved the Feed the City program in 2014.
It’s hoped that the program will encourage more farmers to plant feedlot fodder trees.
In a report published by the American Council on Science and Health in January, the group found that a significant percentage of the feedlott seedlings in New Jersey had not been fertilized and had fallen into disuse.
The lack of fertilizer in the soil could also affect the trees’ health and make it harder for them to grow.
The group also found that seedlings from feedlomers that have been fertilated have also fallen into poor condition.
It said that in the state, some seedlings are still growing in places where they should not, such as areas with high concentrations of nutrients, low soil moisture and low rainfall.
It also said that there is not enough seedling coverage in New England and that it is difficult to determine how many of the more than 1,000 feedloms currently in use will survive.