Subsistence Farming?

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Subsistence farming is a type of farming which produces food to be consumed by the farmer and his family with no food produced for marketing. This provides the basic food needs of a farmer and includes growing a range of crops and keeping animals.
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subsistence farming
NOUN
1.
farming whose products are intended to provide for the basic needs of the farmer, with little surplus for marketing.
2.
farming that brings little or no profit to the farmer, allowing only for a marginal livelihood.
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