nonfarmer

nonfarmer

(ˌnɒnˈfɑːmə)
n
a person who is not a farmer
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From a nonfarmer's perspective, farmland in close proximity to urban areas could be influenced even more by demand for residential, commercial, industrial, and municipal development.
The IRS did not agree with the Eighth Circuit decision in Morehouse (49) that Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) payments from the federal government to a nonfarmer are excluded from net earnings from self-employment under Sec.
Department of Agriculture (USDA) Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) payments were not self-employment income to a nonfarmer landowner, reversing a prior decision of the Tax Court.
Interested participants were prescreened to determine their pesticide exposure and placement as either a farmer or nonfarmer. Participants were then scheduled for a testing session, during which informed consent was obtained.
It happened, Brock now knows, to be one of the nonfarmer strains.
Cash accounting is one of a number of special tax breaks and loopholes that once lured nonfarmer investors into agricultural tax shelters and speculation.
But there's plenty here for the nonfarmer. Alongside the farm equipment, feed, live rabbits, and plants, you'll find displays of historic photos and machinery.
All case-patients were classified by occupation as farmer or nonfarmer; all agricultural, fishery, and forest workers from rural areas were defined as farmers.
Schachter points out that 5% of all the study subjects, both farmer and nonfarmer, reported having a doctor's diagnosis of COPD, which is far lower than the 30% and 22% numbers reported by Lamprecht's team.
1987), both groups consider their nonfarmer neighbors as highly supportive.