How much do you like the farm? Perhaps, when you hear this word the things that will pop-up to your mind are the animals like cows, goats, horses, grasses, etc. This time, let us tackle the farm terminologies which are harder than the usual words. Most of the simple words you may hear about the farm are chicken, egg, water, turkey, wood, plants, wood, and a lot more.
Now, you have the chance to read and know some words regarding it. Enjoy reading! 🙂
acre – a unit of land area equal to 4,840 square yards (0.405 hectare).
agriculture – the science or practice of farming, including cultivation of the soil for the growing of crops and the rearing of animals to provide food, wool, and other products.
barley – a tall plant grown for its grain, or the grain from this plant which is used for food.
barn – a large farm building used for storing grain, hay, or straw or for housing livestock.
bucket – a roughly cylindrical open container, typically made of metal or plastic, with a handle, used to hold and carry liquids or other material.
boar – a male pig kept for breeding on a farm, or a type of wild pig.
buffalo – a large animal of the cattle family, with long, curved horns.
breed – a particular type of animal or plant.
crops – a plant such as a grain, vegetable, or fruit grown in large amounts on a farm, or the total amount gathered of such a plant.
crow – a large perching bird with mostly glossy black plumage, a heavy bill, and a raucous voice.
cultivator – a person who prepares land for planting; a tool or machine that is used to prepare the soil and kill weeds around growing plants.
dairy – a place on a farm where milk and cream are kept and cheese and butter are made, a company that supplies milk and products made from milk, or milk and products made from milk.
drake – a male duck.
ewe – a female sheep.
fallow – a piece of fallow or uncultivated land.
fertilizer – a natural or chemical substance that is spread on land in order to make plants grow well.
field – an area of land with grass or crops growing on it.
fence – a barrier, railing, or other upright structure, typically of wood or wire, enclosing an area of ground to mark a boundary, control access, or prevent escape.
flock – a group of sheep, goats, or birds, or a group of people.
grains – a seed or seeds from a plant, especially a plant like a grass such as rice or wheat.
hay – grass that has been mown and dried for use as fodder.
harvest – the process or period of gathering in crops.
hive – a place where bees live, especially a beehive, or the group of bees living there.
hatchery – a place where the hatching of fish or poultry eggs is artificially controlled for commercial purposes.
irrigation – the supply of water to land or crops to help growth, typically by means of channels.
machete – a broad, heavy knife used as an implement or weapon, originating in Central America and the Caribbean.
meadow – an area of land with grass and other wild plants in it.
mower – a machine used for cutting grass.
pasture – land covered with grass and other low plants suitable for grazing animals, especially cattle or sheep.
poult – a young domestic chicken, turkey, pheasant, or other fowl being raised for food.
poultry – birds, such as chickens, kept for their meat or eggs, or the meat from these birds.
reap – cut or gather (a crop or harvest).
scarecrow – an object that looks like a person dressed in old, torn clothes and that stands in a garden or field to frighten birds away.
scythe – a tool used for cutting crops such as grass or wheat, with a long curved blade at the end of a long pole attached to which are one or two short handles.
stallion – an adult male horse, especially one used for breeding.
steer – a young male of the cattle family that has had its sex organs removed and that is usually raised for meat.
shepherd – a person who takes care of sheep.
trowel – a small tool that has a flat, metal blade and a handle, used to spread building materials such as plaster or cement, or a similar tool with a curved, pointed blade used to garden.
udder – the part of a cow, goat, or other animal that hangs between the back legs and produces milk.
wheat – a cereal plant that is the most important kind grown in temperate countries, the grain of which is ground to make flour for bread, pasta, pastry, etc.
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