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Category:Commercial farming. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search. Commercial farming is the act of setting up or maintaining a farms for commercial purposes.

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commercial farming definition, meaning, what is commercial farming: the production of crops and farm animals for sale, usually with the use of modern…. Learn more.

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Commercial Farming In commercial Farming crops are grown and animals are reared for sale in the market, that is, for commercial purposes, while in Subsistence farming crops are grown mainly for the farmer's family needs. Commercial Farming can be broadly classified into 3 categories. In Commercial Farming: The area ...

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Mar 5, 2016 ... South African agriculture is comprised of mainly two categories of farmers -- the subsistence farmers in the former homeland areas and the large-scale commercial farmers. This is in contrast with the situation in many other countries in the world where one would find a whole range of farm sizes, ranging ...

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GCSE Farming Glossary. Absentee Landlords: land owners who live away from their estate, often in an urban area. They take rent from their tenant farmers but may make little contribution in return. (See Tenant Farmer). Agribusiness: large- scale capital-intensive, commercial farming. Agricultural: to do with farming.

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Commercial farming occurs when a farm is set up for the sole purpose of producing crops and farm animals for sale, with the sole intention of making a...

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Sep 1, 2017 ... Intermediate farms: Farms with less than $350,000 in gross cash farm income and a principal operator whose primary occupation is farming. Commercial farms: Farms with $350,000 or more gross cash farm income and nonfamily farms. Note: Nonfamily farms are excluded from the commercial farm group ...

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Jan 1, 2017 ... Commercial farming can be defined as system of farming where crops are grown for sale and or for exports to make profit. For instance, cocoa and coffee farming is a commercial venture because it is cultivated for sale to make gains.

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Commercial Farm Insurance from Nationwide ensures your farm is covered for more than just raising cattle and growing crops.