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See also: bee farming
- Rhymes: -ɑː(ɹ)mɪŋ
- Alternative spelling of
- 1896, The Australian Bee Bulletin, volume 4, E. Tipper., page 311:
- In May uext[sic] I intend to visit the South Sea Islands (some of them) with the object of spying out the land for beefarming.
- 1915, The Australasian Beekeeper, Pender Bros., page 231:
- As it is a very low place it is not the easiest of beefarming to winter [?] apiary without losing at least 50 per cent. of them.
- 1928, Australian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science, Report of the Meeting of the Australian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science, page 586:
- For the purposes of valuation the primary and manufacturing industries are divided into six groups as follows:—(i) Agriculture; (ii) Pastoral; (iii) Dairy, Poultry, and Beefarming; (iv) Forestry and Fisheries; (v) Mining; (vi) Manufacturing.
- 1946, Horticultural Society of New York, Monthly Bulletin, page 12:
- This is a book that all progressive beeke[epers] […] have been awaiting for many years. I […] scribes methods of management and is […] of many valuable details that have grow[n] […] of practical experiments connected with […] business side of beefarming.
- 1950, New South Wales. Bureau of Statistics and Economics, The Official Year Book of New South Wales, volume 54, page 866:
- Where a beefarmer with at least fifty hives of bees in a registered apiary has carried out work to improve it as a site for beefarming, the apiary may be registered as a protected apiary.
- 1969, The Pocket Year Book of Tasmania, Government Printer, South Africa, page 208:
- Beefarming Statistics / Crops / Fruit Statistics
- 1973, South Australia. Parliament, Proceedings of the Parliament of South Australia, page 114:
- Rural holdings classified by type of activity: number, areas and area used for various purposes / Beefarming / Fisheries / State and private forests: area of reserves, plantings, production