Definition of Dairy farm
1. Noun. A farm where dairy products are produced.
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Literary usage of Dairy farm
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1. Life on the Mississippi by Mark Twain (1883)
"... than anywhere in the West; and added—' On a dairy farm you never can get any milk for your coffee, nor any sugar for it on a sugar plantation; ..."
2. Annual Report by Illinois Farmers' Institute (1898)
"It takes about twice as much labor to carry on a dairy farm as it does either grass or stock farm of the same size; and while on any kind of a farm there is ..."
3. Journal (1897)
"A MODEL dairy farm. Wauwinet Farm, situated on Commonwealth Avenue, almost in the geographical centre of the city of Newton, is the result of a systematic ..."
4. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1898)
"of his birth occupied the dairy farm at Mistley Park, Mannington, having removed thither from Yorkshire. On leaving school Spooner ..."
5. English Agriculture in 1850-51 by James Caird (1852)
"... IMPORTANT PERSON IN A CHESHIRE dairy farm — COMPETITION AMONG A NUMEROUS CLASS OF FRUGAL AND INDUSTRIOUS FARMERS HAS GIVES THE LANDLORD A LARGER SHARE ..."