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dairy farm

noun as in dairy

noun as in ranch

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Example Sentences

Women who live or work on dairy farms are encouraged to compete in county contests every year, with the finalists advancing to the Minnesota State Fair.

Water was already a scarce resource before Riverview, a major dairy corporation, moved its operations to the area in 2015, buying out private owners and nearby dairy farms before draining the aquifer beneath the basin.

From Ozy

As it turns out, there’s a poultry plant and a dairy farm adjacent to several of the fields.

The Clares move into an old dairy farm with a complicated history—one that George failed to mention to his wife when they purchased it.

From Time

They now live together in western North Carolina and will start working at the same dairy farm this spring—roles that will give them the same proximity they enjoyed when they first fell in love.

He recounts a parable that has long been a staple of dairy farm folklore.

At least we should have the advantage here of good butter and cream from this dairy farm.

What scope is there for work upon a stagnant dairy farm of one hundred and fifty acres?

Who has not eaten salt pork on a cattle ranch and longed for cream on a dairy farm?

The ancient Islington continued to be a sort of dairy-farm for the metropolis.

Health officers conduct a systematic dairy farm inspection, which has for its purpose the exclusion of diseased milk.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dairy farm, such as: buttery, creamery, factory, farm, cow barn, and pasteurizing plant.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.