What do you say when you hear the word ‘farming’?
We asked some of our favorite lexicographers to pick the best words to describe the process of growing and harvesting corn and beans.
Here’s what we found:Fodder, or ‘fog’ is the name given to a crop of crops grown for fodder.
Fodder is an agricultural term meaning “corn or beans for feeding the soil,” according to the U.S. Agriculture Department.
It also refers to a plant used in the production of food.
The word comes from the Dutch word ‘fursten’, meaning “to gather,” or “to fill with seed.”
Fodder is the term for a crop grown for food.
It comes from Dutch, meaning “fodder,” and refers to seeds.
Corn is a legume that grows naturally in some parts of the world.
It is a grain used for cooking, but not for making bread or pasta.
It has a high nutritional value, but can also be an environmental threat.
The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization says that “most of the global soybean crop is now in the developing world.”
It is also a term used to describe a crop that is grown for feed, as opposed to a commodity such as corn or rice, according to ABC News.
In some countries, it is also called a “seed.”
To pronounce it, say it “fud,” or use a combination of words like “fursten,” “fruin,” “furter” or “fumter,” or simply pronounce it with a “t.”
Corn can also also be spelled “corn-fodder.”
If you see the word “fuzzy” or have an aversion to corn, try this pronunciation guide: