Definition of farmstead
: the buildings and adjacent service areas of a farm; broadly : a farm with its buildings
Examples of farmstead in a Sentence
many of the area's proud, old farmsteads have been bulldozed by developers to make way for condominiums
Recent Examples of farmstead from the Web
Visitors can park at the municipal lot behind the Senior Center, and along the street that runs between the Senior Center and the farmstead itself.
Near Newburg, in east-central Wisconsin, at least 300 people from one dozen states are expected at the 84th consecutive Seidemann reunion at the family farmstead.
For the first time, the Washington group visited Monticello, the home and farmstead of President Thomas Jefferson.
The Schwabs had given tours of the farmstead since it was restored with private funds in the early 1990s.
Visitors can experience a working dairy farm and farmstead creamery 1-3:30 p.m. May 21, June 3, and other dates throughout the summer and fall.
The book portrays the everyday experiences of a young girl in 1847 living on an Illinois prairie farmstead where her parents operate an inn.
Unlike their peers in Europe, who benefit from centuries of tradition and from government support for research, American farmstead cheese makers have typically gone it alone.
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Definition of farmstead for English Language Learners
: a farm with its buildings
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