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About Farm, Dublin
A farm is an area of land that is devoted primarily to agricultural processes with the primary objective of producing food and other crops; it is the basic facility in food production. The name is used for specialised units such as arable farms, vegetable farms, fruit farms, dairy, pig and poultry farms, and land used for the production of natural fibres, biofuel and other commodities. It includes ranches, feedlots, orchards, plantations and estates, smallholdings and hobby farms, and includes the farmhouse and agricultural buildings as well as the land. In modern times the term has been extended so as to include such industrial operations as wind farms and fish farms, both of which can operate on land or sea. Farming originated independently in different parts of the world, as hunter gatherer societies transitioned to food production rather than, food capture. It may have started about 12,000 years ago with the domestication of livestock in the Fertile Crescent in western Asia, soon to be followed by the cultivation of crops. Modern units tend to specialise in the crops or livestock best suited to the region, with their finished products being sold for the retail market or for further processing, with farm products being traded around the world. Modern farms in developed countries are highly mechanized. In the United States, livestock may be raised on rangeland and finished in feedlots and the mechanization of crop production has brought about a great decrease in the number of agricultural workers needed. In Europe, traditional family farms are giving way to larger production units. In Australia, some farms are very large because the land is unable to support a high stocking density of livestock because of climatic conditions. In less developed countries, small farms are the norm, and the majority of rural residents are subsistence farmers, feeding their families and selling any surplus products in the local market.Wikipedia
Overview of Farm
Welcome to the page of Farm. This is a place of interest in the city of Dublin in Ireland. Although listed here, Farm is not one of the most visited sightseeing places in Dublin.
Generally, tourists prefer visiting top attractions of Dublin like National Library Of Ireland, Bram Stokers Castle Dracula, Irish Dance Party, Olympia Theatre and Guinness Storehouse. These are few of the top things to do in Dublin.
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Visit three top Ireland attractions in one day on the Blarney Castle and Cork Day Trip from Dublin. From the comfort of your luxury coach, you'll travel south to Blarney Castle, Cork City and the Rock of Cashel cathedral, passing through beautiful, green South Irish countryside on your way. Be sure to kiss the famous Blarney Stone, and you'll be blessed with the "gift of the gab" for a lifetime of smooth talking!
See Northern Ireland's spectacular UNESCO World Heritage Site â Giant's Causeway â on a day trip from Dublin. From the comfort of your luxury coach, you'll see the Causeway's famous rock formations alongside dramatic coastal scenery, as you experience one of the greatest road journeys in the world. Additionally, your Giant's Causeway day trip includes visits to Belfast (Northern Ireland's capital city) and the unique Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.
Discover Dublin's traditional pubs and wonderful Irish music on this 2.5-hour pub crawl through historic Temple Bar. Led by two talented professional musicians, you'll visit famous pubs and bars, and hear the story of Irish music and its influences on contemporary world music. Irish pubs and traditional Irish music - it's the perfect match!
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Went for late lunch and had an extremely long wait for food - only after we asked did it appear, seems they just forgot about us. I had a combination of small dishes: the soup of the day - tomato & basil. Tasty, but average. After that, broccoli, Sun-dried tomatoes and feta salad: tasty but not a culinary masterpiece and had too much coarse pepper on it for my liking. I also had chips which were fine. So all in all it was ok, but I had higher expectations which weren't met so I won't be rushing back.
Nice staff. Crab cakes, bleh. Salty and tasted mainly like filler. Sauce was good though. Scallops not bad. Asian salad, salty. Would not return. This was a Rick Steves suggestion. I question his taste now.
Farm is a great restaurant serving excellent food and organic wines. They have a good selection of vegetarian dishes as well. The cheesecake was the best cheesecake I ever ate.
Fresh rustic food in a lovely restaurant. Not too many 'proper restaurants' with good options for both carnivores and vegetarians, but this fit the bill. My brother had the (meat) shepherd's pie and I had a huge, filling superfood salad with a side of sweet potato fries. There is a good lineup of less 'casual' dishes, but I was happy with my choices.
I highly recommend this restaurant. The food is fresh and wonderful.
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- St Patrick's Cathedral
- Dublin Castle
- Grafton Street
- Temple Bar Company
- Irish Museum Of Modern Art
- National Museum Of Ireland Decorative Arts And History
- National Gallery Of Ireland
- Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship And Famine Museum
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