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Agriculture articles[edit]

Article titles followed by the defining statement quoted from the article lead, for several articles involved in Factory Farming dispute, as of 11Jun2007.

Agriculture: the production of food, feed, fiber, fuel and other goods by the systematic raising of plants and animals. <'Farming' redirects here> (30.2KB)

Extensive farming: an agricultural production system that uses little inputs on vast areas of land, such as the Great Plains. Extensive farming most commonly refers to sheep and cattle farming in areas with low agricultural productivity. (1.3KB)
Intensive farming: an agricultural production system characterized by the high inputs of capital or labour relative to land area. (11.1KB)
Industrial agriculture: the production of food, feed, fiber, fuel and other goods by the systematic raising of plants and animals. <'Industrial farming' redirects here>(46.4KB)
Industrial agriculture (animals): a modern form of intensive farming that refers to the industrialized production of crops and livestock, including cattle, poultry (in "battery farms") and fish. (44.3KB)
Intensive farming (animals): (deleted, was ~50KB)
Factory farming: the raising of farm animals indoors under conditions of extremely restricted mobility. (30.8KB)
Industrial agriculture (crops): a modern form of intensive farming that refers to the industrialized production of crops and livestock, including cattle, poultry (in "battery farms") and fish. (17.4KB)
Intensive farming (crops): (deleted, was 25.7KB)


Farming (disambiguation)

Ag topic contents and proposed changes[edit]

Excluding references, citations, see also, external links, further reading


Agriculture:
1 Overview
2 History

2.1 Ancient origins
2.2 Agriculture in the Middle Ages
2.3 Renaissance to present day

3 Crops

3.1 World production of major crops in 2004
3.2 Crop alteration

4 Livestock
5 Environmental impact
6 Policy


Extensive farming:
1 Geography
2 Economic Viability

2.1 Subsidies
2.2 Infrastructure

3 Rural Life


Intensive farming:
1 Advantages and Disadvantages

1.1 Advantages
1.2 Disadvantages

2 Pre modern intensive farming

2.1 Oysters
2.2 Terrace
2.3 Rice paddy

3 Modern Intensive farming Types

3.1 Intensive Aquaculture
3.2 Intensive Livestock Farming

Industrial agriculture:
1 History
2 Challenges and issues
3 Animals Change to a one-paragraph summary below the main topic link to the Industrial Agriculture (animals) subtopic article

3.1 Aquaculture Delete -- This text exists in the subtopic article
3.1.1 Shrimp Delete -- This text exists in the subtopic article
3.2 Chickens Delete -- This text exists in the subtopic article
3.3 Pigs Delete -- This text exists in the subtopic article
3.4 Cattle Delete -- This text exists in the subtopic article

4 Crops Change to a one-paragraph summary below the main topic link to the Industrial Agriculture (crops) subtopic article

4.1 History Delete -- This text exists in the subtopic article
4.2 Examples Delete -- This text exists in the subtopic article
4.2.1 Wheat (Modern management techniques) Delete -- This text exists in the subtopic article
4.2.2 Maize (Mechanical harvesting) Delete -- This text exists in the subtopic article
4.2.3 Soybean (Genetic modification) Delete -- This text exists in the subtopic article
4.2.4 Tomato (Hydroponics) Delete -- This text exists in the subtopic article

5 Sustainable agriculture


Industrial agriculture (animals): Revise defining sentence to exclude crops
1 History
2 Origin and use of the term "factory farming"
3 Animals

3.1 Aquaculture
3.1.1 Shrimp
3.2 Chickens
3.3 Pigs
3.4 Cattle
3.5 History
3.6 Current status
3.6.1 Example: Carrolls' Farms
3.6.2 Methods

4 Challenges and issues


Factory farming:
1 Origin and use of the term "factory farming"
2 History
3 Current status

3.1 Example: Carrolls' Farms
3.2 Methods
3.3 Environmental issues
3.4 Ethical issues
3.5 Health issues

4 Arguments for and against

4.1 Supporting view
4.2 Opposing view

Industrial agriculture (crops): Revise defining sentence to exclude animals
1 History
2 Sustainable agriculture
3 Crops

3.1 Features
3.2 Criticism
3.3 History
3.4 Examples
3.4.1 Wheat (Modern management techniques)
3.4.2 Maize (Mechanical harvesting)
3.4.3 Soybean (Genetic modification)
3.4.4 Tomato (Hydroponics)