Domestic Farm Labor

Business / Agriculture / Domestic Farm Labor: Individuals (and the family) who receive a substantial portion of their income from the production or handling of agricultural or aquacultural products. Farm owners and others may be eligible for Section 514 loans to make housing available for domestic farm labor. For purposes of housing loans, the farm laborers must be U.S. citizens or legally admitted for permanent residence in the United States. The term includes retired or disabled persons who were domestic farm labor at the time of retiring or becoming disabled.

Other Words for Domestic

Domestic Noun Synonyms: home, private, family, familial, residential, household
Domestic Adjective Synonyms: tame, domesticated, house-trained, house-broken
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Other Words for Farm

Farm Noun Synonyms: cultivate, work the land, till the soil
Farm Interjectionection Synonyms: farmstead, farmhouse, grange, homestead, holding, land, farmland, acreage, arable, steading, smallholding, allotment, farm-toun, croft
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Other Words for Labor

Labor Adjective Synonyms: toil, (hard) work, travail, exertion, effort, laboriousness, strain, drudgery, pains, industry, slavery, donkey-work, sweat, grind, elbow-grease, swot
Labor Noun Synonyms: effort, task, job, chore, undertaking
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Farm Labor Housing Loans

Business / Agriculture / Farm Labor Housing Loans: Section 514 loans are available through the Rural Housing Service to qualified farm owners for the purpose of providing housing to domestic farm labor. MORE

Indirect Labor

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Indirect Labor: Used to define labor that is necessary to support the manufacturing of a product, but is not directly involved with the actual process of manufacturing the product. MORE

Integrated Farm Management Program (IFMP)

Business / Agriculture / Integrated Farm Management Program (IFMP): A program authorized by the FACT Act of 1990 to assist producers in adopting resource-conserving crop rotations by protecting participants’ base acreage, payment yields, and program payments. The pr MORE

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