farm labor

farm labor
farm labor or laborer
Agricultural employment and farm labor are used as practically synonymous and include all farm work and work incidental thereto. Smythe v. Phoenix, 63 Idaho 585, 123 P.2d 1010, 1012.
One employed as a laborer on a farm, especially one who does all kinds of farm work; one employed in or about business of farming. One employed on a farm in customary types of farm work or employed and paid directly by a farmer in transporting his raw produce. Cedarburg Fox Farms v. Industrial Commission, 241 Wis. 604, 6 N.W.2d 687, 689, 690.
One who devotes his time to ordinary farm labor as gainful occupation with some reasonable degree of regularity and continuity. One who labors on a farm in raising crops or livestock, or in doing general farm work.
See also agricultural labor

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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