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But farming and song-making did not seem to go together, and on his new farm Burns succeeded little better than on any that he had tried before.
She did not understand why he spoke with such admiration and delight of the farming of the thrifty and well-to-do peasant Matthew Ermishin, who with his family had carted corn all night; or of the fact that his
"I see you understand intensive farming. Have you thought about intensive horse-raising?"
"I have hundreds of volumes on farming, and all the Agricultural Bulletins....
Farming, either in the Colonies, America, or at home--farming, at any rate, after becoming well qualified for the business by a careful apprenticeship--that was a vocation which would probably afford an independence without the sacrifice of what he valued even more than a competency--intellectual liberty.
For the first time of late years he could read as his musings inclined him, without any eye to cramming for a profession, since the few farming handbooks which he deemed it desirable to master occupied him but little time.
Phuong said the excitement had sparked an idea about farming tourism.
Gabor stresses technology as the key component in driving millennial's attention to farming. She added, 'A lot of the millennial is actually the ones running the farms for tourism now and their marrying technology and all the knowledge in digital marketing to push their farms as destinations.
Salers sold to PS1524.34 from Messrs Seamore Farming, Hawick.
Since their incomes are based on off-farm sources, farming is more of a lifestyle than an income activity.
In 2006 the three sales classes at the low end of the spectrum--those with sales under $1,000, $1,000 to $9,999 and $10,000 to $24,999 in 2006--had losses from farming of $7,665, $2,951 and $1,550, respectively, according to USDA data.
* Ask students how different experiences in the early Lives of Randall Warner and his children might have influenced them to view farm Life from such different perspectives, producing what might be called a "generation gap" in farming.