Generally Mongolian agriculture has been slowly developed. Agriculture is based on about thirty eight percent of Mongolian economy, and also it is one of the main Mongolian cultural parts. Ninety-five percent of Mongolian lands are used for pasture land. Mongolian people in countryside are nomadic herders which mean they follow their livestock pasture land. Agriculture is practiced to a limited space in Mongolia, focusing generally on wheat and potatoes, and beverages. Actually before agriculture was a smaller than nowadays, but critical sector of the Mongolian economy in the early 1980's. In 1985, agriculture accounted for over 17.4 percent of national income, and 27.6 percent of the labor force. However, agriculture stayed economically important part, because the most of Mongolian industry processed agricultural products, food, and animal products, including hides and skins for export. In 1986, agriculture supplied over 57 percent of Mongolian exports. Agricultural sector depends on the weather conditions. For the winter, Mongolian climate has a large temperature range reached minus thirty degrees Celsius, and summer temperatures thirty two degrees Celsius. In the summer time, it has become drought lately, and brought on the lack of pasture lands, and in the winter, brought on huge amounts of snow that resulted in the death of many million livestock.In my opinion, with the purpose of increase productivity by farmers and herdsman, and the best thing that we can do is to create benefit policies which are a markets organization for their products, and also giving them who are farmers and herdsman benefits include health insurance, life insurance, a dental plan and any discount that something needed for their life. Performing increased fruitfully is easy, the government just can give the herders and farmers more livestock, and they have experiences of tradition knowledge what to do with it. And also a current issue of major importance in the agricultural sector of herders and farmers management: The need to apply advances in Information Technology to improve their management. The Governments and some companies could support trading with the official economy. Maybe, if the people implicated in the poor economy look at that the official economy is making well, they will change around. The end of this not acting officially economy in Mongolia, it would bring so much unseen income of the government to the official economy. As though this thing is going on in Mongolia, Mongolians usually work hard to make better life. They do not have enough money spending for the food, clothes, rent, and some staffs, and climate in Mongolia is very hard, but Mongolians are strong people.