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farmstead

[′färm‚sted]
(agriculture)
The whole area that constitutes a farm, including its land and buildings.

farmstead

A farmhouse and its adjacent buildings and service areas.
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That's what makes it farmstead cheese --that means the cows are onsite, and the cheese is made right there.
wales/stfagans/ Bryn Eryr Iron Age farmstead has opened at St Fagans National History Museum PETER BOLTER
Jack Foalle, 21, is a PE teacher, and has moved into The Farmstead with his partner Emily, 19, and daughter Lily, two.
Friends of Boileau, a non-profit corporation, was formed in 2004, when it signed a 25-year management agreement with the township to preserve, rehabilitate, and maintain the Colonial Farmstead in Boileau Park located at 2668 Byberry Rd, in Upper Moreland Township, just outside Hatboro, Pa.
Like the farmstead mentioned in the opening story, many pioneer farms were built with a water source close at hand so the homesteaders would have water available for chores like cooking, washing clothes, and bathing.
The ruins are scheduled as an ancient monument and some of the farmstead is listed.
13: Crave Brothers Farmstead Cheese; a class on the art of making Fresh Mozzarella Cheese and other farmstead cheeses.
provides both an overview and case studies of current trends in farmstead archaeology.
But the barn soon became the crown jewel of the spread; ironically, today the barn is often the sole survivor of the farmstead.
The state-of-the-art scheme, which is being developed by Adrian MacLaughlin, is set in the grounds of a disused farmstead on the A449 and will eventually provide over 64,000 sqft of 'Grade A' office space.
The last sign of civilisation is this farmstead, complete with some of Valais' famed fighting cows (Herens).
The site contains crop mark patterns which resemble a significant structure of Roman date - possibly a villa, temple or farmstead.