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Farm

Part of speech: Noun, Place

The small family  farms.


  Key words: Agriculture, Animal, Farm, Farming, Farms, Irrigation, Nature, Place  

  Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)  

Question: What is agriculture and farming?
  Answer: Agriculture is the occupation of cultivating the soil, growing crops, or feeding, breeding, and raising animals for food and profit. - 185

Question: What is a  farm?
  Answer: A  farm is a tract of land that is used to grow crops, poultry, or livestock. They frequently include buildings such as a house,  barn, or silo. Farms may also have an area of  water to raise fish or seafood. - 182

Question: What is agriculture and farming?
  Answer: Farming is the occupation of cultivating the soil, growing crops, or feeding, breeding, and raising animals for food and profit. - 183

Question: What is a  garden?
  Answer: A  garden is place that is used for growing flowers, fruit, or vegetables. - 319


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  External related links to the world ...  

US Department of Agriculture (USDA)
 US Department of Agriculture (USDA)


usda.gov - 334
Agricultural Marketing Service
 Agricultural Marketing Service


ams.usda.gov - 335
Agricultural Research Service
 Agricultural Research Service


ars.usda.gov - 336
Community Development Office (Agriculture Department)
 Community Development Office (Agriculture Department)


ocdweb.sc.egov.usda.gov - 337
Farm Service Agency
 Farm Service Agency


fsa.usda.gov/pas/default.asp - 338
Foreign Agricultural Service
 Foreign Agricultural Service


fas.usda.gov - 339
National Agricultural Statistics Service
 National Agricultural Statistics Service


nass.usda.gov - 340
Research, Education and Economics (Agriculture Department)
 Research, Education and Economics (Agriculture Department)


csrees.usda.gov/ree - 341


  Words of Wisdom  

But they made light of it, and went their ways, one to his  farm, another to his merchandise:   Matthew 22:5 



  User Comments and Quotes  
Author: Albert Einstein - Id: 2

Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.




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