Traducción de farming en español:


labranza, n.

Pronunciación /ˈfɑrmɪŋ/ /ˈfɑːmɪŋ/

Ver definición en español de labranza


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    (of land) labranza femenino
    (of land) cultivo masculino
    (of animals) crianza femenino
    (of animals) cría femenino
    (community) (before noun) agrícola
    (methods) de labranza
    (methods) de cultivo
    mixed farming agricultura mixta
    • to go into farming dedicarse a la agricultura
    • Are there any resemblances in live stock breeding and farming practices applied in present Bulgaria's agriculture and the EU member states?
    • But we also do agriculture and organic farming, we teach permaculture.
    • The level areas of Lincolnshire are good arable farming country, famous for such crops as potatoes.
    • Will the grower lose all expenses and other tax deductions relating to his or her small business or farming enterprise?
    • Reg worked with his private trucking business, enjoyed farming, raising cattle and working in the woods.
    • In addition to farming and livestock raising, the women at the VVF Centre have also acquired skills in making soap and petroleum jelly.
    • Developing a business prospectus for your farming operation is one of the best first steps to take.
    • It is sometimes suggested that the key feature of agricultural intensification was a switch from pastoral to arable farming.
    • There have been many major advances in the science, technical and business side of farming and agriculture over the past number of years.
    • Livestock production and crop farming were their major source of income.
    • Get to know other farmers in your area that are doing similar farming and business.
    • Leave it to others to compete and let farmers go back to their traditional activity of farming, he advised.
    • The main agriculture is sheep farming which is managed on an extensive rangeland system, leaving only a few areas on the larger islands free from grazing pressure.
    • The announcement will give farmers greater flexibility on moving stock, restocking and other day-to-day farming activities.
    • During the 14th and 15th centuries, rabbit farming was extended into marginal areas as arable farming receded.
    • Pork producers valued the challenge to be the best they can be, and depicted farming as a rewarding business that provided a good living.
    • In the end, the pressures of horticultural crop and field crop farming are more similar than they are different.
    • Shortly after this time, they begin performing herding or farming activities, sometimes on their own.
    • In agriculture, for example, there are fewer, larger farming operations.
    • A key requirement in today's farm supply business is to keep an eye on farming trends.