hobby farmer


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hobby farmer

n
1. (Professions) a person who runs a farm as a hobby rather than a means of making a living
2. (Agriculture) a person who runs a farm as a hobby rather than a means of making a living
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Washington State hobby farmer and heritage Buckeye chicken breeder, Barbara Judd was a first time LGD prospective buyer and owner when she contacted me querying about the availability of pups.
Any case of bird flu, whether it originates from a commercial flock or a hobby farmer, triggers a response from state and federal officials.
Sara Rolfs, professional volunteer and hobby farmer.
While the hobby farmer remains an important part of Woods' end-user customer base, our connection with hunters and conservationists has reaped new rewards.
Summary: In Lebanon's fertile Bek Valley, a hobby farmer is sowing the seeds of solar energy, an idea that might help an area starved of affordable electricity.
Also in the interbreed shortlist was the Welsh Black entry from Harlech hobby farmer Lynn Foxwell.
The respondent was to check one of four options: farmer, hobby farmer, homeowner or wildlife enthusiast.
Among them are-as you can see for yourself in the contributors' section--an accountant, a hobby farmer, an entomologist, two visual artists, a retired dean of arts, a family doctor, a translator, a film critic, a nurse, a Parliament Hill reporter for Global TV, a civil servant or two, a political scientist, a schoolteacher, a chocolatier, a 14-year-old, a retired credit controller, a realtor, an archivist, an actor, a physiologist, a pure water technologist and the chief curator at the National Gallery of Canada.
In the model, we include a dummy variable indicating whether a farm parcel is inside the ALR and one indicating whether the farm parcel is operated by a conventional or a hobby farmer.
Another unheralded Australian, part-time hobby farmer Peter Wilson, joined Dougherty at seven-under, while Frenchman Raphael Jacquelin, bogeyed his last hole (the ninth) before signing off on a 66.
Authors Randy LaTour and Sarah Ann Beckman present general interest readers with the revised, second edition of their complete guide to building animal pens and shelters for the hobby farmer.
This extensive history enriches the natural beauty of this level, well-fenced pastureland which has been divided into conveniently sized paddocks and offers excellent grazing either for the keen equestrian or hobby farmer.