Definition of Collective farm
1. Noun. A farm operated collectively.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Collective Farm
Literary usage of Collective farm
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Center of the Storm: A Case Study of Human Rights Abuses in Hebron District by Peter Bouckaert (2001)
"The al-Rayyan collective farm is located next to a main exit road out of Hebron, ... The collective farm was operated by the Islamic Charity Organization, ..."
2. Local Economic Development: A Geographical Comparison of Rural Community by Cecily Neil, Markku Tykkyläinen, NetLibrary, Inc (1998)
"1987), yet they constituted only 13 per cent of the collective farm area of agricultural land. The land that a farmer could own as personal property was ..."
3. Dilemmas of Independence: Ukraine after Totalitarianism by Alexander J. Motyl (1993)
"... that favor collective and state farms over private ones; and collective farm chairmen have powerful incentives to sabotage wholesale decollectivization. ..."
4. Making Markets: Economic Transformation in Eastern Europe and the Post by Shafiqul Islam, Michael Mandelbaum (1993)
"Getting land out of the collective, acquiring inputs and selling the product outside collective farm channels, and surviving the envy and enmity of former ..."
5. Russia, the Ingush-Ossetian Conflict in the Prigorodnyi Region by Human Rights Watch, Helsinki Staff, Jeri Laber, Human Rights Watch, Rachel Denber, Human Rights Watch (Organization) (1996)
"Armed men appeared on the kolkhoz [collective farm] field and would steal equipment. Our taxi drivers were killed there. By 1991 Ossetians stopped going to ..."