A farm is an area of land, or, for aquaculture, lake, river or sea, including various structures, devoted primarily to the practice of producing and managing food (produce, grains, or livestock), fibres and, increasingly, fuel. It is the basic production facility in food production. Farms may be owned and operated by a single individual, family, community, corporation or a company. A farm can be a holding of any size from a fraction of a hectare to several thousand hectares.
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Some articles on farm:
... A well known farm on Don Valley is Haining Farm, a 65-hectare cattle and dairy farm with Jersey and Friesian cows and other farm animals, located at the entrance of Don ...
... The Ripleys chose to begin their experiment at a dairy farm owned by Charles and Maria Mayo Ellis in West Roxbury, Massachusetts, near the home of Theodore Parker ... money, including holding a meeting at Peabody's bookshop to raise $10,000 for the farm's initial purchase ... The 170-acre (0.69 km2) farm about eight miles (13 km) from Boston was described in a pamphlet as a "place of great natural beauty, combining a convenient ...
... Settlement continued at Haltemprice as 'Haltemprice Farm', the farm was occupied up to 1998, as of 2011 the farm building is derelict ...
... A pastoral farm scene with a classic American red barn Michelsen Farmstead Provincial Historic Site of Alberta, Stirling Agricultural Village Farm produce on display at an agricultural show, NSW Farm in Wafra ...
... Windfields Farm was a six square kilometre (1,500 acre) thoroughbred horse breeding farm founded by businessman E ...
More definitions of "farm":
- (verb): Be a farmer; work as a farmer.
Example: "My son is farming in California"
- (noun): Workplace consisting of farm buildings and cultivated land as a unit.
Example: "It takes several people to work the farm"
Famous quotes containing the word farm:
“Wind goes from farm to farm in wave on wave,
But carries no cry of what is hoped to be.
There may be little or much beyond the grave,
But the strong are saying nothing until they see.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“We are often struck by the force and precision of style to which hard-working men, unpracticed in writing, easily attain when required to make the effort. As if plainness and vigor and sincerity, the ornaments of style, were better learned on the farm and in the workshop than in the schools. The sentences written by such rude hands are nervous and tough, like hardened thongs, the sinews of the deer, or the roots of the pine.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“my Uncle Sols farm
failed because the chickens
ate the vegetables so
my Uncle Sol had a
chicken farm till the
skunks ate the chickens when”
—E.E. (Edward Estlin)