Definition of Farmers. Meaning of Farmers. Synonyms of Farmers

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Farmership
Farmership Farm"er*ship, n. Skill in farming.

Meaning of Farmers from wikipedia

- organic farmer growing for discerning/faddish consumers in the local food market. Farmers are often members of local, regional, or national farmers' unions...
- In the United States, farmer cheese (also farmer's cheese or farmers' cheese) is pressed cottage cheese, an unripened cheese made by adding rennet and...
- A farmers' market (or farmers market according to the AP stylebook, also farmer's market in the Cambridge Dictionary) is a physical retail marketplace...
- "anti-farmer laws" by many farmer unions, and politicians from the opposition who say it would leave farmers at the "mercy of corporates". The farmers have...
- Farmers' Union or Farmers Union may refer to Farmers Union (brand), food brand Farmers Union Iced Coffee, flavoured milk drink Farmers' Union of Canada...
- people worldwide. Farmer-to-Farmer volunteers are American farmers and agriculture experts dedicated to improving our world. Farmer-to-Farmer volunteers donate...
- The Dutch farmers' protests (Dutch: boerenprotesten) are a series of demonstrations by Dutch livestock farmers, characterised by the use of tractors to...
- Farmers Insurance Group (informally Farmers) is an American insurer group of vehicles, homes and small businesses and also provides other insurance and...
- such as West Midland Farmers' ****ociation and Midland Shires Farmers. It was demutualised in 1999 when it became Countrywide Farmers plc. The chairman until...
- Farmers' protest or Farmers protest is a protest carried out by farmers. Individual protests include: 1989–1990 Dutch farmers' protests, protests in 1989–1990...