The poor farm
housed indigent men who came to the city for work.
Countryside: We are again inviting all readers of Countryside magazine to our homestead, known as The Poor Farm
, for a long weekend of exchanging ideas with like-minded people.
He said that some of the issues hitting the livestock sector includes conventional methods of raising animals, poor farm
management and limited awareness of productivity, hygiene and breeding practices in the farmers' community.
biosecurity and trading of infected poultry are the main causes of the disease spread, according to the FAO.
One eyewitness, meanwhile, confirmed the fatalities were poor farm
Due mainly to animal diseases and poor farm
gate prices, Mr Bowman believes his industry is in danger of losing a generation of farmers - his generation - which is his motivation for taking up the post for the next two years.
The unscientific "kill them all" strategy applied to the poor farm
animals is contrasted by the more sensitive approach to the badger.
Readers will be caught up from the first page when 11-year-old orphan Nick Dray runs away from a county poor farm
in Texas to the fabled city of San Francisco.
Arch was born in 1826, the son of a poor farm
labourer in Barford, south Warwickshire, and went on to be elected MP for North-west Norfolk.
Matthews who was born a poor farm
boy in the 1840s and who grew up to risk his life supplying corn and wheat to the Confederate forces during the Civil War.
Koji, a poor farm
boy in feudal Japan, is kidnapped by a secret clan of ninjas who live in the forest, and trained to be one of them.
For hundreds of poor farm
kids, the TV maker became the university they couldn't afford.