sharefarmer

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sharefarmer

(ˈʃɛəˌfɑːmə)
n
1. (Agriculture) chiefly Austral a farmer who pays a fee to another in return for use of land to raise crops, etc
2. (Professions) chiefly Austral a farmer who pays a fee to another in return for use of land to raise crops, etc
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Roger has been in a sharefarming arrangement with a local landowner at Pistyll Gwyn since the late 80s, when the 460-acre holding hosted 1,250 breeding ewes and 50 suckler cows.
A former student of the year at Reaseheath College, John spent seven months in New Zealand and earlier this year started sharefarming at 150-acre Woodlands Farm where he has 750 pedigree Lleyns Llysfasi lecturer Wyn Owen, from Welshpool, also won a ' Wales Training Award' for his work helping others through through ELWa's AgrisgOp project
He says the best return on investment from the FILTER system would probably come from operating on a sharefarming basis, but under strict council control.