Over the last year of two, farmers in my area have been changing to find more profitable ways to operate. As a result I have heard a number of times that we need to 'Redefine Farming', to which I ask what that means... but no one has an answer. Generally, it somewhat means that they want to have more commercial uses.
So what are your definitions of
Commercial Greenhouses etc.
and in agricultural areas what do you allow for commercial operations.
We allow farms, that can as an accessory use sell what they grow, and we allow what be call On-Farm businesses (which are related to farm size and allow commercial and industrial uses that support the agricultural area).
Our definition of farming is pretty standard, but we do not allow commercial greenhouses.
So tell me about your regulations...