A farm is where the land is cultivated to produce food. A ranch is normally reserved for the production of cattle or other animals for grazing purposes.Another Answer:
According to the Canadian Oxford Dictionary 2nd ed. (c) 2004:
Farm: noun 1 an area of land, and the buildings on it, used for growing crops, rearing animals, etc. (also attributive: farm machinery, farm workers). 2 A place of establishment for breeding a particular type of animal, growing fruit, etc. (fish farm; mink farm). verb 1 atransitive use (land) for growing crops, rearing animals, etc. b intransitive be a farminer; work on a farm. 2 transitive breed (fish, etc.) commercially.
Ranch: noun 1 a a cattle-breeding farm esp. in the western US and Canada. b a farm where other animals are bred (mink ranch; aquaculture ranch) verb 1 intransitive run or work on a ranch. 2 transitive breed or rear (animals) onn or as on a ranch. 3 transitive use (land) as a ranch.
The difference between a farm and ranch is subtle but basically comes down to what is produced there. A farm is typically for growing food while a ranch is more suitable for cattle and other livestock.
The Esperanto words for farm and ranch are the same. The word is bieno.
A very large farm is sometimes also called a ranch.
Go to http://www.agriaffiliates.com/childears.htm, there is information on managing a farm and ranch there.
A ranch. it is not called a farm.
Different between farm record and farm accaunt
a dude ranch is where visitors learn about the ranching way of life. a guest ranch is where visitors get to do a variety of activities not necessarily connected with ranching.
The web address of the Farm And Ranch Museum is: http://www.farmandranchmuseum.com
farm is to ranch as boulevard is to street.