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    Vertical Farm Problem

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    There has to be a downside to these vertical farms. For the sake of simplicity, we will go through the issues faced with the vertical farm in Japan. The initial Capital cost was 590 million Yen (7.4 million dollars), and with an annual cost of 275 million yen (3.4 million dollars) (fieldrobotics.com, 2014). The success of the program is based on the qualifications and knowledge of the employees running the facility. The technicians are there to monitor the efficiency of the automated technology. When the desired success of the farm is reached, each year there will be a gross revenue 0.7 million dollars. That means that these plants will have a return on revenue on year 6 of operation. This means the profit is easily obtainable with current technology. The technology will only get more…

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    The Rise and Fall of the American Farm “The welfare of the farmer is vital to that of the whole country” said President Taft in the year (Taft). Farming played a vital role in the American way of life. Farms, were so essential to America, they served as the subject matter for artists, Alexandre Hogue and Anna Robertson Mary Moses. Each artist created a unique vision of the American rural farm that illuminated the emotions that were abundant during a particular time frame. Alexandre…

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    Strengths Ownerships/Partnerships One of the main key strengths that Zenda Farms contains is their relationship with the Thousand Island Land Trust (TILT). TILT acquired Zenda Farms through the MacFarlane gift in 1997. Ever since then, TILT has dedicated itself to preserving the local wildlife, as well as Zenda’s own buildings and infrastructure. TILT manages over 7,000 acres of land in the surrounding region and has much knowledge about land conservation, and land practices, so they are…

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    of Craftsbury Christmas Tree Farm during his twentieth season operating a small-scale tree farm, following the transformation that both the farm and Pete’s life undergo before, during, and after the peak Christmas tree season. The film will focus on the history of Pete’s ownership of Craftsbury Tree Farm, and raise questions of what will become of it as he gets older. The overarching theme of a family tree will intersect with the stories of the trees on Pete’s land. Treatment A handsaw is…

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    Animal Farm

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    Animal Farm Animal Farm is a satirical allegorical novel written by George Orwell. The book, first published in 1944 is widely regarded as one of the finest literary creation of the 20th century. Orwell, being a democratic socialist was strongly against the Authoritarian rule of Stalin and this book seems to be an outlet of his strong dislike towards Stalin. The book is a dystopic take on the Russian revolution and early years of Stalinist era. The satire being a critique of the Communist…

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    everybody as a whole. But what he didn't figure into was human nature, and that's what corrupts it." This quote sums up exactly what went wrong with the revolution on Animal Farm, as Old Major provided the animals with a picture of a utopian world where every animal was to work to his capability, and still never go hungry, and enjoy luxuries that were never even thought of with Jones on the farm. But when the revolution became a reality, Napoleon took over along with most of the pig. And because…

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    Morals In Animal Farm

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    legs bad is certainly present in Animal Farm, a novel written by George Orwell a British political novelist born in 1903 who lived in India during the time it was colonized by the British. The novel was first published on August 17 1945 and is an allegory for the Russian Revolution in 1917 and, then on into the Stalin era of Soviet Union. Orwell described Animal Farm as a satirical tale against Stalin. Animal Farm begins with traditional farm animals living on Manor Farm, and are owned by Mr.…

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    Animal Farm Despotism

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    These experiences had changed his view on politics, which led to his writings on the “Animal Farm”, wherein a communist regime rises among the animals due to the farmer’s bad treatment of the animals. The regime overtakes the farm by kicking out the owner and farmer. But short after greed grows amongst some of the pigs, which leads to the regime to change into a terrifying and manipulating totalitarian regime and dictatorship. The author draws similarities between the “Animal Farm” and the…

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    Animal Farm Satire

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    In George Orwell’s political satire, Animal Farm, multiple situations demonstrate corrupted leaders inflicting their autocratic regulations on their naïve followers. The novella begins with a farm owner, Mr. Jones, represented as Czar Nicolas II, treating his animals in a tyrannical manner. Infuriated with the years of his malevolent actions towards them, the animals no longer desired his management of the farm. Influenced by Old Major, Mr. Jones’ old and wise prize boar, the animals felt the…

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    Animalism In Animal Farm

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    Animal Farm begins on Manor Farm in England. After Mr. Jones, the neglectful owner of the farm, has drunkenly shut the animals away and gone to sleep, the animals all assemble in the barn to hear a respected boar named Old Major speak. Old Major proceeds to share his dream of a world without men, one ruled by animals. He points out that all of the suffering endured by the animals is the result of man. Mr. Jones forces the animals to work too hard and then steals the products of their labor.…

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