The labor laws for farms are similar to other labor laws, ESPECIALLY when it comes to child labor laws. They are a bit loser for agriculture (not just farms) then it is for other industries, but not much. About the only actual law I know of, for sure, is the overtime law.
What do you mean by "fewer limits"?
The laws are basically ... Children can't work on farms. (except family farms) At least in Oregon/Washington - which is why the farms have to rely on migrant workers now, rather than paying middle/high schoolers to pick crops as they did when I was growing up.
You can ask your Q, then place the first answer to further explain your question. So there ya go, an extra place to ad to your Q.
Because long questions make the site look messy and usually don't catch the interest of the readers according to some answers I've read before.
I don't mind the character limit, but I wish they would implement a details box.