Special Sub-Topic: Rural Life
|From afar, Mike could see all his uncle's animals roaming freely across the land.|
Farm. ...aFAR Mike...
A farm is a piece of land where different types of crops are grown to provide food for people. Farms generally have many types of animals like cows, horses, pigs, lambs, sheep, hens, ducks and many more.
|Eager to get some hay for his pony, Barney went to this building.|
A barn is a type of building commonly found on farms. Usually used to store hay and other farming implements, it can also be used to keep animals.
|Scowling in anger at Mary for taking away her calf, this animal mooed loudly.|
There are many different species of cows. Some are bred for their milk while others are reared for beef.
|It was midnight but Terry couldn't resist trying out some of this tasty milk product.|
Butter. ...BUT TERry...
Butter is a dairy product prepared from milk or cream. It can be applied on bread and is also used while making cakes.
|When Alice went to check on this bird, she found a freshly laid egg.|
While the term 'hen' can be used to refer to female birds of any kind, it is mostly used to refer to chickens. Farmers raise hens for their eggs.
|Alan wore his shoes and picked up this tool to go work in the garden.|
Hoe & Hoes. ...sHOES...
A hoe is a tool used to move soil with the hands. It is commonly used while gardening.
|Keep watch or Serena may fall off while trying to mount this animal.|
Horse. ...watcH OR SErena...
Apart from being very useful around the farm in helping to carry loads, horses are also raised for participating in races and other rodeo activities.
|Ouch! One young bee stung my finger while I was trying to collect this tasty food.|
Honey. OucH ONE Young...
Honey is produced by bees by collecting the sweet nectar from flowers. Some farmers maintain bee hives to collect and sell honey.
|Kip ignored this little animal because it was covered in mud.|
Pig. KiP IGnored...
Pigs are reared by farmers for their meat. Bacon, ham, sausages and pork are all made from pig's meat.
|The farmer's wife removed her jewel, laid it by the side and then drew water from this.|
Well. ...jeWEL, Laid...
A deep hole is dug in the ground to reach the source of water. Stones are then built around to form a structure known as a well.
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