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  • n. A very large, factory-style farm


mega- +‎ farm (Wiktionary)


  • Hidden in Wis. national forest: marijuana megafarm

    things I hadn’t posted | clusterflock

  • Centralized our food supply into the hands of megafarm corporations is dangerous, leaving us more vulnerable to deliberate or accidental contaminations.

    Michael Pollan has it right about 'food safety'

  • More often than not, the vegetables come from a garden within walking distance, not some megafarm harvested by giant machines and nomadic work crews.

    The Italian Summer

  • It also means an expanding market for Indiana corn growers (that is if Mitch doesn't auction them all of to this week's favorite megafarm) and for the ethanol plants that are popping up all over the state.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • Most dislike them due to pollution, which isn't a small consideration given that the state's most prolific water polluter is a hog megafarm in the Western part of the state.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • That is what his administration is saying when it tries to force megafarm on communities.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • Note that as these prices have fallen, food hasn't become any cheaper at the grocery store, megafarm aren't about reducing our costs, just theirs.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • In Illinois, opponents of a megafarm planned near Nora have been trying to block the dairy since it was proposed more than two years ago. Home RSS feed

  • Style of Wis. forest's marijuana megafarm matches drug operations by rss feed

  • Style of Wis. forest's marijuana megafarm matches drug operations by Mexican cartels in the rss feed


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