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[fahrm-sted] /ˈfɑrmˌstɛd/
a farm together with its buildings.
Origin of farmstead
1800-10; farm + stead Unabridged
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Examples from the web for farmstead
  • We agreed to meet at his farmstead a few days later.
  • Chapman farmstead is located, was considered an agricultural community in the early part of the twentieth century.
  • All thirteen structures were literally wiped out on this farmstead.
  • The design, construction and maintenance of the farmstead are notable.
  • Districts continue to offer the farmstead rewiring course to electrical contractors and their employees.
  • Numerous large tree limbs and a few large trees were blown down on a farmstead.
  • It can be used in both farmstead and field windbreaks and its abundant tiny red fruit attract songbirds.
British Dictionary definitions for farmstead


a farm or the part of a farm comprising its main buildings together with adjacent grounds
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