truck farm

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a farm where vegetables are grown for market


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New Jersey, for example, is a big truck farm area for New York City.
The company built its first phase of buildings in 1986 at its current location, which was part of an old truck farm with a fruit orchard.
When you compare the price of locally grown produce (even that purporting to be "organic") with the truck farm produce, it's not only better for your health and the environment, but it is economic.
Before long many companies were building truck farm tractors.
She grew up on a small truck farm, going to weekend markets with her parents, and wants the Community Market to be something more than a cluster of neighbors trading vegetables in a parking lot.
Our family not only had an 80-acre truck farm, but we also had a greenhouse.
First I wanted to clear enough land to put in a trailer temporarily so I could live there while I cleared the remaining land sufficiently to build a barn and a house, acquire a few goats and chickens and establish a small truck farm.
Other high-clearance Caterpillars, custom modified for nursery and truck farm work in New Jersey, were in attendance at the show, along with Tim Durkin's 1932 Model Ten High-Clearance.
I don't intend to truck farm the things; I just want to cut back on my feed bill and this seems to be the way to go.
With 10 hp on the drawbar, it was made for small operations and truck farms.
Gasoline was subsidized to support the truck farms and markets.
Historically, these small but intensively farmed operations have been known as truck farms.