Some articles on farms, farm:
... arrest Peter Baker, a white farmer who had refused to vacate his farm, Rocklands, in favour of the Minister after successfully challenging its seizure in court ... Eight months after the seizure, the farm's water supply has been squandered, undermining its future productivity and that of the neighbouring farms. 2003, white farmer Richard Yates was evicted from his 800-hectare tobacco farm Tsukumai Farm at Headlands, located east of Harare ...
... The treatment of waste water issuing from raceway farms is a major concern ... solid waste produced in raceway aquaculture farms ... in Korea poor waste treatments in trout farms resulted in reservoirs and rivers developing red tides, which caused wider social problems ...
... It consists of six main farms ... The three original farms, Nord Gjone, Mellem Gjone and Gjone Gård, were further divided into other farms due to the old system of land partition, whereby every son inherited his own ...
... Bolthouse Farms, founded 1915 in Grant, Michigan, is a vertically integrated farm company located in California's San Joaquin Valley and headquartered in Bakersfield ...
... Food Inspection Agency ordered a recall of Bolthouse Farms "100 per cent Carrot Juice" and other Bolthouse Farms products because of several cases of ... Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommended that Georgia residents not purchase Bolthouse Farms carrot juice and warned consumers not to purchase ... In response, Bolthouse Farms said the people may have failed to properly refrigerate the products ...
Famous quotes containing the word farms:
“We noticed several other sandy tracts in our voyage; and the course of the Merrimack can be traced from the nearest mountain by its yellow sand-banks, though the river itself is for the most part invisible. Lawsuits, as we hear, have in some cases grown out of these causes. Railroads have been made through certain irritable districts, breaking their sod, and so have set the sand to blowing, till it has converted fertile farms into deserts, and the company has had to pay the damages.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Look. And the dancers move
On the departed, snow bushed green, wanton in moon light
As a dust of pigeons. Exulting, the grave hooved
Horses, centaur dead, turn and tread the drenched white
Paddocks in the farms of birds. The dead oak walks for love.”
—Dylan Thomas (19141953)
“For all symbols are fluxional; all language is vehicular and transitive, and is good, as ferries and horses are, for conveyance, not as farms and houses are, for homestead.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)