milking parlor

noun
a room in or attached to a barn on a modern dairy farm maintained exclusively for the mechanical milking of cows.

Origin:
1945–50

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The building where cows are milked is called a milking parlor.
Arousing the cows in the open cattle yard and herding them into the milking
  parlor was a regular routine on this dairy farm.
The concrete silo and milking parlor indicate a commitment to dairy production.
Plaintiff sold defendant a defective milking parlor.
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