Farming – How much do you remember?<br />Classification of Farm by Type<br />What a farm produces:<br />__________________...
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Farming Quick Quiz

  1. 1. Farming – How much do you remember?<br />Classification of Farm by Type<br />What a farm produces:<br />___________________ farms grow crops.<br />___________________ farms rears animals.<br />___________________ farms grow crops and rear animals, some of these crops are used to feed the animals.<br />___________________ these are small farms growing fruit and vegetables.<br />Classification of farming by production:<br />InputOutput___________________ farms have large inputs of labour, money or technology. They are usually quite small. Market gardening is an example of this type of farming.___________________ farms. The outputs are sold to make a profit, e.g. arable farms in East Anglia.___________________ farms have smaller inputs and are usually larger. Hill sheep farms are an example of this type of farming.___________________ farms have large inputs of labour, money or technology. They are usually quite small. Market gardening an example of this type of farming.<br />Location of Farming Types<br /><ul><li>1.2.3.4.5.22203-372=
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  5. 5. =</li></ul>Farming – How much do you remember? - Answers<br />Classification of Farm by Type<br />What a farm produces:<br />ARABLE - farms grow crops.<br />PASTORAL - farms rears animals.<br />MIXED - farms grow crops and rear animals, some of these crops are used to feed the animals.<br />MARKET GARDENING - these are small farms growing fruit and vegetables.<br />Classification of farming by production:<br />InputOutputIntensive - farms have large inputs of labour, money or technology. They are usually quite small. Market gardening is an example of this type of farming.Commercial- farms. The outputs are sold to make a profit, e.g. arable farms in East Anglia.Extensive- farms have smaller inputs and are usually larger. Hill sheep farms are an example of this type of farming.Subsistence farms have large inputs of labour, money or technology. They are usually quite small. Market gardening an example of this type of farming.<br />Location of Farming Types<br /><ul><li>1.2.3.4.5.22203-372= Arable
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  7. 7. = Cattle (dairy and beef cows)
  8. 8. = Hill Sheep
  9. 9. = Market Gardening

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