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Question 1: In ________ however, a person using such techniques on small patches of land might be called a gardener and be considered a hobbyist.
TurkeyHuman Development IndexDeveloped countryHigh income economy

Question 2: In developed nations, a farmer (as a profession) is usually defined as someone with an ownership interest in crops or ________, and who provides land or management in their production.
LivestockDomestic sheepCattleDomestication

Question 3: In the context of agribusiness, a farmer can be almost anyone – and can legally qualify under ________ for various subsidies, incentives, and tax relief.
Agricultural policyAgricultureDomestic sheepFactory farming

Question 4: The term ________ farmer is applied to those engaged in milk production.
CheeseCattleButterDairy

Question 5: The FNSEA is very politically active in France, especially on the ________ issue.
Hepatitis ACampylobacter jejuniHigh-fructose corn syrupGenetically modified food

Question 6: The term farmer usually applies to a person who grows field crops, and/or manages orchards or vineyards, or raises ________ or poultry such as chicken and cows.
LivestockCattleDomesticationAgriculture

Question 7: A poultry farmer is one who concentrates on raising ________, turkeys, domesticated ducks and geese, or is involved in egg production.
ChickenCockfightChicken (food)Chicken soup

Question 8: Their products are usually sold in a ________ or, in a subsistence economy, consumed by the family or pooled by the community.
MoneyMarketEconomicsFinancial economics

Question 9: Special terms also apply to other people who husband domesticated animals, namely shepherd for sheep farmers and goatherd for ________ farmers.
CattleGoatMilkLivestock

Question 10: Alternatively, growers who manage farmland for an absentee landowner, sharing the harvest (or its profits) are known as ________ or sharefarmers.
SharecroppingLand reformUnited StatesSouthern United States
















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