Definition of Mixed farming
1. Noun. Growing crops and feed and livestock all on the same farm.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Mixed Farming
Literary usage of Mixed farming
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Windsor Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women (1914)
"mixed farming. To the settler with a little capital I should recommend mixed ... Land suitable for mixed farming can. be had on reasonable terms from the ..."
2. Multifunctionality: The Policy Implications by Mikitaro Shobayashi (2003)
"The term "mixed farming" sometimes is used to refer to multiple crop production (eg wheat and potatoes at the same farm). In this paper, as widely used in ..."
3. Soils; Their Properties, Improvement, Management, and the Problems of Crop by Charles William Burkett (1907)
"... like corn or cotton, it is well to apply manure to CROP ROTATION AND MIXED FARMING GO HAND IN HAND the pasture land, spreading as made and applied. ..."
4. Census Reports Tenth Census. June 1, 1880 by Francis Amasa Walker, Charles Williams Seaton, Henry Gannett (1884)
"Is the prevalent practice " mixed farming" or "planting"? In the upland counties, ... In the other counties the prevailing pratice is " mixed farming". 34. ..."
5. An English Farmer in Canada and a Visit to the States: Being Notes and by Herbert Grange (1904)
"... First glimpse of the Rockies—Dr. Fry's agricultural college at Red Deer—The mixed farming district of Northern Alberta—Strathcona and Edmonton—The Peace ..."