Examples of farming in a Sentence
since an ancestor settled there in the 19th century, farming has been the only occupation for six generations of the family
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Background: In Kentucky, farming is a way of life - and also a tourist attraction Agritourism, as the new industry is called, has increasingly been discussed as a way to save the family farms that have long made Kentucky — Kentucky.
Connecticut is home to 6,000 farms and agriculture contributes up to $4 billion to the state’s economy, while farming and food production generate 21,000 jobs in the state annually.
Led by winemaker Hugh Chappelle and viticulturist Ned Horton, Quivira follows the mantra that responsible farming is the best thing for both high-quality wines and the community.
He had been born to a hardscrabble farming family in 1901, and to him horses were strictly beasts of burden, the precursors to cars and tractors, intended to pull plows and wagons and carry folks into town.
There’s a better way to do it because factory farming is a nightmare.
While dairy farming is a relatively small part of Canada’s economy, its farmers are a powerful political force in parts of Ontario and Quebec.
Other scientists are looking at how different types of farming affect the microbes found in milk — and therefore, cheese.
Williams, who draws on her own African-American and Choctaw heritage for inspiration, said farming is integral not only to her culture but to everybody’s.
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FARMING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of farming for English Language Learners
: the job or business of running a farm
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