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Definition of Acreage

Acreage
Acreage A"cre*age, n. Acres collectively; as, the acreage of a farm or a country.

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- Retrieved 14 February 2014. "Canada Farms and Ranches for sale, Canada Acreage for Sale, Canada Lots for Sale at LandWatch.com". landwatch.com. Retrieved...
- Acreage Holdings (formerly known as High Street Capital Partners) is a public company domiciled in British Columbia, Canada, holding a diverse portfolio...
- California is a state located in the Western United States. It is the most populous state and the third largest by area after Alaska and Texas. According...
- Prevented planting, under crop insurance, refers to acreage that cannot be planted because of flood, drought, or other natural disaster and so is eligible...
- The Acreage is an unincorporated community located in Palm Beach County, Florida, United States, with a 2010 US Census Bureau po****tion count of 38,704...
- confinement of the latter to Indian reservations. This further expanded acreage under mechanical cultivation, increasing surpluses for international markets...
- In United States agricultural law, a farm’s base acreage is its crop-specific acreage of wheat, corn, grain sorghum, barley, oats, upland cotton, soybeans...
- the new 1995 forestry law went into effect has seriously reduced forest acreage and wildlife habitat. The lands along the coast support all varieties of...
- Abundant Acreage Available is a 2017 drama film written and directed by Angus MacLachlan. The film follows Amy Ryan and Terry Kinney as siblings dealing...
- Flex acreage — The Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1990 mandated that deficiency payments not be made on 15% of a farm’s crop acreage base, called...
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