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F Is For Farm

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ISBN : 142365482X
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Introduce your toddler to life on a farm with this colorful alphabet primer, from the creators of BabyLit. An engaging collection of 26 illustrations featuring farm favorites from chickens and honey to overalls and a tractor. Illustrator Greg Paprocki's popular BabyLit alphabet board books feature his classically retro midcentury art style that's proven to be a hit with both toddlers and adults. Discover new details in each illustration with every successive reading.
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F Is For Farm

Author : Roger Priddy
ISBN : 1783419296
Genre : Board books
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With bright photographs of adorable farm animals, F is for Farm is an ideal first book for parent and baby to share.Each barnyard animal features a soft, furry, touch & feel texture for baby to explore, which will stimulate their senses and help develop early motor skills.Every page is accompanies by gentle, rhyming text which will interest young children and create an engaging reading experience to share together.
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Paying For A Farm

Author : James L. Robinson
ISBN : OCLC:163579972
Genre : Farm mortgages
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Category: Farm mortgages

Family And Farm

Author : John W. Shaffer
ISBN : 9781438419473
Genre : Social Science
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Family and Farm is the history of the communautes, the large patriarchal households of central France, from the close of the medieval era to the nineteenth century. These households were unique in that they often included as many as twenty members, holding property in common. Far from having roots in any cultural bias or folkloric tradition, the communautes were organized to enable individual families to meet the demands imposed by the social, economic, and physical environments in which they lived. The book examines household composition, the role of kinship, inheritance and successive strategies, and the nature of interpersonal relations. The period covered by the study includes the collapse of feudalism, the rise of the modern state, the French revolution, and the emergence of agrarian capitalism. Each crisis posed fundamental problems of survival for peasant families, and the organization of households constituted a crucial means by which that survival was ensured.
Category: Social Science

Testing Farm Seeds In Home And School

Author : Albina Frances Musil
ISBN : OCLC:251634545
Genre : Seeds
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The purpose of this bulletin is to encourage seed testing in the farm home and in the rural school by explaining the essential features of seed testing and by showing how useful and interesting information may be gained by simplified methods.
Category: Seeds

Modelling Nutrient Digestion And Utilisation In Farm Animals

Author : D. Sauvant
ISBN : 9789086867127
Genre : Science
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For more than 30 years, modelling has been an important method for integrating, in a flexible, comprehensive and widely applicable way, basic knowledge and biological concepts on digestion and metabolism in farm animals. The purpose of this book is to present the 'state of art' in this area. The chapters are written by leading teams and researchers in this field of study, mainly from Europe, North America and Australasia. Considerable progress has been made in topics dealing with: modelling methods, feeding behaviour, digestion and metabolic processes in ruminants and monogastric animals. This progress is clearly illustrated by the emergence of a new paradigm in animal nutrition, which has moved from the aim to cover the requirements of the animal to explaining and predicting the responses of the animals to diets (e.g., productivity and efficiency, impact on quality of products, environmental aspects, health and well-being). In this book several chapters illustrate that through empirical models, meta-analysis is an efficient tool to synthesize information gathered over recent decades. In addition, compared with other books on modelling farm animal nutrition, two new aspects received particular attention: expanding knowledge of the individual animal to understanding the functioning and management of herds, and the consideration of the environmental impact of animal production. This book is a valuable source of information for researchers, nutritionists, advisors, and graduate students who want to have up-to-date and concise information on mathematical modelling applied to farm animals.
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Aimms 3 10 User S Guide

Author : Marcel Roelofs
ISBN : 9780557424603
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The AIMMS 3.10 User's Guide provides a global overview of how to use the AIMMS system. It is aimed at application builders, and explores AIMMS' capabilities in helping you create a model-based application in an easy and maintainable manner. The guide describes the various graphical tools that the AIMMS system offers for this task.
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Subjective Equilibrium Theory Of The Farm Household

Author : C. Nakajima
ISBN : 9780444599377
Genre : Business & Economics
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It is obvious that most of the agricultural production in the world is under the control of farm households (or family farms). This book aims to translate the characteristics of the farm household as an economic entity, into an economic theory. The book was originally written in Japanese, but various modifications have been made and new information added to the English version. The author defines the farm household as an economic entity which is a complex of the farm firm, the labourer's household and the consumer's household, and whose behavioural principle is utility maximization. The main purpose of the book is to construct a theoretical model of the decision-making behaviour of the farm household. For this purpose the method of subjective equilibrium analysis, which was used by J.R. Hicks for the consumer's household and the firm in Value and Capital, has been applied to the farm household. The major motif of the book may therefore be called ``Hicksian motif''. In analyzing the subjective equilibrium of the farm household, this book extends the Marshallian concepts of consumer's surplus and producer's surplus, by developing the three new concepts of labourer's surplus, self-employed producer's surplus and consumer's surplus. The analyses using the five concepts of economic surplus are the minor motif of the present book, which the author calls ``Marshallian motif''. Another important characteristic of this book lies in the presentation of newly developed theories of land rent. The author has tried to integrate the theory of leasehold tenancy (i.e. fixed rent tenancy) and that of share tenancy with subjective equilibrium theory of the farm household. In his foreword, John W. Longworth of the International Association of Agricultural Economists says ``From time-to-time an academic treatise appears which is truly different. This is one such book. It presents a self-contained normative theory of the farm household which is much more than just an elegant development of Hicksian and Marshallian ideas. Professor Nakajima introduces new concepts and develops a simple model of the farm household. He then extends this model in various ways to examine the subjective equilibrium of farm households under a wide range of economic circumstances. The exposition is clear and logic with each step in the argument explained in detail using both rigorous mathematical notation and easy to follow diagrams... With this book Nakajima is making his Life's Work available to non-Japanese Agricultural Economists. The international profession of Agricultural Economics will be richer for it.''
Category: Business & Economics

Grandpa S Farm 09

Author : Kenneth Danczyk
ISBN : 9780578008301
Genre : Farm life
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This multigenerational children's story evokes memories of fresh baked bread, wood stoves, fishing holes and family values. Polka music, earthy wisdom, and a strong work ethic reflect the wonderful culture found in Central Wisconsin, sharing traditions with young readers. Grandpa's Farm is written by Kenneth Danczyk and his family, is a warm and amusing tale of one boy's life on a rural farm in Stevens Point, Wisconsin. With the talent of a local high school student Natasha Flatoff, the 16 original oil paintings vibrantly depict the love, laughter, and life of a hard working and fun-filled family. For ages 4-8 and everyone in between.
Category: Farm life

Latino Farmworkers In The Eastern United States

Author : Thomas A. Arcury
ISBN : 0387883479
Genre : Medical
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They work at some of America’s most hazardous jobs, have few protections, and receive some of the lowest wages. Latino Farmworkers in the Eastern United States describes this understudied and underserved population. Taking a social justice stance, this volume examines the health and living conditions of workers in agriculture, while advocating for equality. Contributors cover all major areas of illness and injury (including occupational, environmental, infections, and pesticides), while also focusing on systemic social conditions, from lax industry regulations to lack of basic services—problems that are exacerbated by workers’ status as recent immigrants. Mental health burdens from the effects of discrimination to substance use, as well as the cumulative impact of workers’ separation from families are discussed for a comprehensive, meticulously documented resource. Written to serve both the seasoned professional and the newcomer, Latino Farmworkers in the Eastern United States is a bedrock source of information for those providing health and social services in the community, for researchers investigating health and safety disparities, and for advocates and policymakers working to correct them.
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The Works Of Eugene Field Vol Vi Echoes From The Sabine Farm

Author : Eugene Field
ISBN : 9781616406578
Genre : Fiction
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The Works of Eugene Field is a collection of poetry and essays by American author Eugene Field, originally published by Charles Scribner's Sons in 1896 under the title The Writings in Prose and Verse of Eugene Field. Known for his children's poetry, especially the light-hearted "Wynken, Blynken, and Nod," Field was a journalist who found his niche in poetry and humor writing. The original collection, published after Field's death and including artwork and letters from the author, is a charming set of books compiling all his works. Republished here for young readers and collectors of Americana, The Works of Eugene Field is sure to delight audiences young and old. Volume VI of this twelve-volume set, Echoes from the Sabine Farm, is a collection of poetry, the fourth in the set, written in collaboration with the author's brother, Roswell Martin Field. It includes an Introduction from American actor Francis Wilson. EUGENE FIELD (1850-1895) was an American author known for his humorous essays and children's poetry. Interested in many subjects and unable to decide what to do with his life, Field attended three colleges-Williams College, Knox College, and University of Missouri-tried his hand at acting, law, and journalism, and traveled Europe before meeting his wife and becoming city editor for the St. Joseph Gazette in St. Joseph, Missouri. He wrote and edited for several newspapers, establishing himself as a humor writer and publishing poetry. He died of a heart-attack at 45.
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