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  • noun US A trend in the American agricultural industry to include entertainment endeavors on the farm.

Etymologies

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Blend of agriculture and entertainment

Examples

  • Agritourism - or, as it's sometimes termed, agritainment - is an increasingly important factor in Massachusetts farming, and many local farms have had to diversify to stay alive.

    Boston.com Top Stories

  • The concepts of agritainment and agritourism have been around for about 20 years, with the terms starting to crop up about 15 years ago, said Charlie Touchette, executive director of the Massachusetts-based North American Farmers 'Direct Marketing Association.

    East Valley Tribune - Today's Top Stories

  • White's company works with about four farms a year that want to develop master plans for fledgling agritainment operations.

    East Valley Tribune - Today's Top Stories

  • In other words, Stechnij has expanded his dairy into an agritainment farm.

    East Valley Tribune - Today's Top Stories

  • Gilbert's planning commission has asked Kelsall to scrap the contractor's yard, which he had said he wanted to do two years ago, before the town renews the permit that allows agritainment.

    East Valley Tribune - Today's Top Stories

  • That variety is evident in the history of the East Valley's three largest agritainment ventures.

    East Valley Tribune - Today's Top Stories

  • When the Fosters converted their half-century-old family dairy farm into a produce market and agritainment destination one decade ago, they were surrounded by traditional farms.

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  • For a day of 'agritainment,' Triple B Farms is the place

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