A cultivator; a husbandman; an agriculturist; one engaged in agricultural pursuits as a livelihood or business, Skinner v. Dingwell, C.C.A.Iowa, 134 F.2d 391, 393;
one engaged in dairy farming and in production of poultry or livestock, Leonard v. Bennett, C.C.A.Or., 116 F.2d 128, 131, 132, 134;
one engaged in the business of cultivating land or employing it for the purpose of husbandry, Kaslovitz v. Reid, C.C.A.Utah, 128 F.2d 1017, 1018;
one living on his farm from revenue thereof and personally operating it on large scale as his primary activity; one personally engaged in farming, Shyvers v. Security-First Nat. Bank of Los Angeles, C.C.A.Cal., 108 F.2d 611, 612, 613;
one primarily engaged in agricultural pursuits; one who cultivates a considerable tract of land in some one of the usual recognized ways of farming; one who cultivates a farm either as owner or lessee, Kaslovitz v. Reid, C.C.A.Utah, 128 F.2d 1017, 1018;
one who cultivates a farm, whether the land be his own or another's; one who directs the business of a farm and works at farm labor, Stoner v. New York Life Ins. Co., Mo.App., 90 S.W.2d 784, 795;
one who expends his energies and production efforts in tilling the soil, raising crops and marketing them, thereby promoting his financial interest and advancement; one who is primarily, personally, and bona fide engaged in farming although he does not spend all of his time therein, work farm without assistance, or refrain from engaging in secondary activities, In re Lindsay, D.C.Tex., 41 F.Supp. 948, 950.
See also husbandman
As defined in Bankruptcy Code, is person who received more than 80 percent of his gross income during the taxable year immediately preceding commencement of bankruptcy proceeding from a farming operation owned or operated by such person. Bankruptcy Code No. 101.

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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