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In Estonia
Yes, Agriculture is an important part of Estonia's food-processing industry. Principal crops include potatoes, barley, and hay. Livestock farming consists mainly of cattle and pigs.
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What is Estonia?

A country in Europe bordering the Baltic Sea, and is one of the new world countries.

What is farming?

Farming is the act of using land (involving soil and plants) togrow crops (plants including corn, wheat, barley, carrots, lettuce,etc.) and/or rear animals (farm animals including cattle, pigs,sheep, horses, chickens, goats, etc.) for human consumption.

What landmarks are there in Estonia?

1. Laulukaar - Tallinn. 2. Panga pank - Saaremaa. 3.Tuhamäed (Ash Mountains)- Ida-Virumaa. 4. Ema jõgi (Mother river) - Tartumaa. 5. Piusa koopad (Piusa caves) - Võruma. 6. Munamägi (The Eggmountain) - Võrumaa. 7. Tallinna teletorn ( Tallinn TV Tower ) - Tallinn. 8. Viru raba (MORE)

What plants are in Estonia?

Estonia is traversed by an important European bio-geographical borderline which divides the area into two large provinces. The northern and western parts of the country with their characteristic calciphilous plant communities of alvars, fens, wooded meadows and broad-leaved forests belong to the Mid (MORE)

Who is the President of Estonia?

Toomas Hendrik Ilves is the President of Estonia. He became the fourth President of Estonia on 2006 October 9. He was re-elected on 2011 August 29 for another 5-year term.

Why do you have farms?

Becuz farmers feel like having farms or people that want animals inside somewhere or there just want a piece of junk man dont even bother asking god made what he wants to make

What is a farm?

A farm is a piece of land that uses soil, climate and vegetation to grow food for the human population. Vegetation could include a monoculture of artificially-selected plant species grown on a field that had been tilled, called a crop, or a multi-culture of vegetation grown for livestock like cattle (MORE)

What are facts about Estonia?

Estonia is a county in north-eastern Europe. . The capital of Estonia is Tallinn, which is also the largest city in the country. . There lives about 1,3 million people in Estonia. . The currency of Estonia is Estonian Kroon (EEK). . Calling code for Estonia is 372. . The five biggest cities are (MORE)

What is on a farm?

Pigs, cows, sheep, horse's, farmers, sometimes cats, chickens, sometimes rabbits, goats, sometimes guinea pigs and birds and fish and snakes, sometimes dogs and sometimes a park and that's about it!!

What is the nation in Estonia?

At January 2008, there were 1 340 935 inhabitants in Estonia. 68.6% of the population were ethnic Estonians, 25.7% Russians, 2.1% Belorussians 1.2% Ukrainians, 0.8% Finns, 0.2% Tatars, 0.2% Latvians, 0.2% Poles, 0.1% Jews, 0.2% Lithuanians, 0.1% Germans and 0.7% other nationalities.

What population is Estonia?

Estonias estimated population 2007 is 1 340 000. 67% of the people are of Estonian nationality, the rest are mainly Russians

What is Estonia is famous for?

Since the fall of the Soviet Union this country has set a course into the New Age of commerce principally found within the design and applications of the WWW. (WorldWideWeb). The birthplace of Skype.

What do you do on a farm?

Well, you produce food, or rather you produce the raw materials that supermarket food is made from. You till the soil. You plant seeds. You set irrigation equipment. You fertilize. You control pests. You harvest. You milk cows. You feed and care for animals - horses, cattle, chickens, hogs, d (MORE)

Where is Tallinn Estonia?

Tallinn is the capital of Estonia and is located in northern Estonia, by the coast. Estonia itself is a country in North-Eastern Europe, in the Baltic Region, south of Finland and east of Russia.

What is the diet in Estonia?

It has nothing to do with food! My guess is it is a legislative assembly lilke the Diet Of Worms in Germany ( figured in Luther"s saga) and The Diet in Japan which corresponds to the American Congress. from Commissars- and commissariat- which of course is Food services, like a Commissary knife, a ki (MORE)

Why do you farm?

We farm because we could have crops. Most of our vegetables are grown from crops. We also farm because we need meat in our lives. Farms have pigs in their farms so that the pigs could breed and after that they kill the pig which is gruesome and then they do something to it witch they turn it into ba (MORE)

Farming--to do or not to do?

To start a farm is completely up to you. Farms are fun and a great way to make money. They are a lot of work though. You have to buy many things before you get started too.

When was Estonia established?

Estonia declared its independence from the Russian Empire on 23 February 1918. This was immediately followed by a 9-month German occupation. After the Germans withdrew, a war of independence from the Soviet Union was fought 1918-1920.Estonia became a member of the League of Nations in 1921. In 1939 (MORE)

Who founded Estonia?

Estonia was settled around 8500 BC. Estonia was ruled initially byDenmark before being conquered in 1227 by the Danes and Germans.

What are the facts about Estonia?

Quite a few people speak English, many fluently.. In general, food is a lot less salty. McDonald fries without salt are not particularly good. *People stare at me, although not as much as they did in Korea. *Transportation and food are relatively cheap. *Police do not try to be intimidating and ac (MORE)

What government do Estonia have?

Estonia has a parliamentary democracy. Formally, it was occupied by many countries, such as Germany and Russia (at the time called the Soviet Union). It faced threats of communism, but declared independance in March 1990.

Who are famous in Estonia?

Lots of people and especially Kerli a famous singer. She is Estonian and was born in Estonia but lives in another country and sing in English not Estonian.

What are the religions of Estonia?

The most common religion in Estonia is Evangelical Lutheranism. Orthodox Christianity is the second most common. There is a minority of Roman Catholics.

Your wife she from Estonia but you are living in England how can get Estonia citizenship?

Eligibility for Estonian citizenship By descent Children born to parents, at least one of whom was Estonian citizen at the time of birth (regardless of the place of birth) are automatically considered Estonian citizens by descent. By place of birth Children born in Estonia to stateless or unk (MORE)

Is Estonia wealthy?

Estonia had some economic trouble after they left the Soviet Union in 1991; but in recent years their economy has stabilized and most Estonians are quite prosperous.

How old is Estonia?

Estonia is a country and by old if you mean how long it has been independent, then it has been an autonomous nation since 1991, making it 18 years old as of 2009.

How do you get a farm?

Find land that is suitable for what you want to produce, buy it, then start learning about that land and its climate and farm accordingly.

What is the exchange rate in Estonia?

There cannot be an exchange rate within a single country- it is a comparison of the currencies in two different countries. So if you are asking about the exchange rate between Estonia and the US, for example, the exchange rate is 1 dollar to about 12 Kroons, and .9 dollars to 1 Kroon. (The Kroon is (MORE)

What fun things can people do in Estonia?

I would say mushrooming and picking berries, but you probably won't think it's fun, so I would suggest partying, but if you are asking this question, then you probably don't know that many Estonians with who to party. If you want to do sth that is special for Estonia, go to the nature. But if you w (MORE)

What do you do for fun in Estonia?

As most of us don't have much money for fun, the most popular things in my view are sitting at home drinking beer n vodka with friends, watching TV, surfing the Internet :)

How did Estonia get its name?

One theory is that the modern name of Estonia originated with the Roman historian Tacitus , who in his book Germania (ca. 98 AD) described a people called the Aesti. On the other hand, ancient Scandinavia sagas refer to a land called Eistland , close to the Danish , German, Du (MORE)

What is the climate of Estonia?

Estonian climate is usually rainy and a little cloudy. In winters it usually snows most in February and March, but it also snows usually December to sometimes April. In winters the temperatures are around minus 5 degrees celcius, but sometimes its warmer, and sometimes the temperature can drop to mi (MORE)

What to buy in Estonia?

There are a lot of interesting handmade stuff in Estonia. Also in the old town in tallin there are a lot of interesting things. As supermarket you should try a food that is found in the diary product section and is found only around the baltic sea. Its called kohuke in estonian. It tastes good

How clean is Estonia?

Well the air is pretty clean, but if you looked with a focusing eye you would see that people don't respect nature as much as they should but otherwise it's above average clean

What are souvenirs from Estonia?

first of all food: kama, chocolades, etc. Woolen things like mittens and scarfs, wooden handcraft and then you can continue with basically every kind of handcraft.

What region is Estonia in?

It is in various regions. You could say it is in the Baltic region, you could say it is in the continent of Europe, you could say it is in the northern hemisphere.

Which countries does Estonia have?

Estonia has today 15 countries. . Harju . Hiiu . Ida-Viru . Jõgeva . Järva . Lääne . Lääne-Viru . Põlva . Pärnu . Rapla . Saare . Tartu . Valga . Viljandi . Võru

What can be on a farm?

Animals for food, profit, and fun. Equpmient to accomplish work. Storage bins for grain barns to protect animals and equipment, and farmers

Which is estonias monarch?

There is no Monarch of Estonia, Estonia is a republic and has been since 1917. The last monarch to rule over Estonia was Tsar Nicholas II of the Russian Empire. However Toomas Hendrik Ilves is the current President of Estonia

Who is the governor in Estonia?

The Republic of Estonia is an independent country, headed by a Prime Minister. The current Prime Minister is Andrus Ansip.

What is there on a farm?

A farm is an area of land where livestock (animals) are raised andcrops (plants) are grown for use as food, fiber, and fuel. The people who own and work on the farm are called farmers. A farm usually has buildings where equipment such as tractors and supplies are stored. Some farms also have buildin (MORE)