Fad refers to a fashion that gains and loses popularity very quickly.
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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): fades
Fan-back Windsor. Refers to a late 18th century side-chair with a back that consists of a fan-like array of long spindles capped with a comb. A structurally weak but aesthetically pleasing design.
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Farm winery -is defined as any enterprise which produces and sells wines produced from grapes, other fruit, or other suitable agricultural products of which at least seventy-five percent is grown in this state.
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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): farmer, farmers, farms
Farmhouse cheese pertains to cheese made by whoever produced the milk. Commonly made from raw/unpasteurized milk because of pasteurization costs for relatively small quantities.
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Farmstead cheese is a somewhat loosely used term to indicate cheese made by dairy farmer, at or near place of milk production. Typically, cheese production volumes are small and target niche markets.
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Fed cattle refers to steers and heifers that have been fed concentrates, usually for 90-120 days in a feedlot. They are cattles that need further feeding because they are scheduled for slaughter.
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Feedlot is defined as an enterprise in which cattle are fed grain and other concentrates for usually 90-120 days.

Feedlots range in size from less than 100-head capacity to many thousands.
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Felling is described as the act of cutting or harvesting a standing tree.
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