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- n. Plural form of nonfarmer.
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In this system, nonfarmers “subscribe” to a small farm to support the work of the farmer.
Mr. Halsey, for his part, said the resale of the house would help stem the tide of nonfarmers buying farmland, just "because they can," and turning it into lawns, surrounding it with hedges or putting it to equestrian rather than agricultural use.
And nonfarmers may have to pay very close attention and divine meaning from context.
They agreed that a widening communications gulf between farmers and nonfarmers is leading to a growing misunderstanding of what farmers do and why and how they do it.
Perhaps the nonfarmers would, but they should consider how disingenuous it is to try to force someone else to make sure a farm animal is happy before they eat it.
Pedrozo said she is proudest of the work she did to bring together farmers and nonfarmers on land use issues.
(Most nonfarmers would probably lose weight were they able to follow those rules — because they’d be starving.