Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A farm the principal business of which is the production of milk and the manufacture of butter or cheese.

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Examples

  • One afternoon she drove out to Bethlehem, the little dairy-farm town where I lived.

    Least Resistance

  • Tillamook, a dairy-farm cooperative based in Tillamook, Ore., is launching a Truvia-sweetened "light" yogurt in January.

    Bracing for the Fake Sugar Rush

  • One afternoon she drove out to Bethlehem, the little dairy-farm town where I lived.

    Least Resistance

  • Unlike other agricultural work where laborers are hired for short, seasonal stints, dairy-farm laborers often stick around for years, forging close ties with their employers.

    Got Workers? Dairy Farms Run Low on Labor

  • Mengniu is also looking to move upstream in the milk business by investing in dairy-farm company Ma Anshan Modern Farming Co. alongside private-equity firms Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. and CDH Investments.

    Cofco, Hopu Fund Invest in Mengniu Dairy

  • : Trends in employee stock ownership Complete Coverage Prizim has nothing to do with agriculture, but the dairy-farm analogies help its 30 employee owners understand each other when talking about the company's business plans and their roles in them.

    QA: A Homegrown Approach to Business Literacy

  • "When the dairy-farm model came up, it just seemed to resonate," says Frank Priznar, 54 years old, the company's founder and president, who had been the sole owner until the company adopted its employee stock-ownership plan.

    QA: A Homegrown Approach to Business Literacy

  • & Co. is betting around $100 million that it can help clean up China's scandal-tainted dairy industry by teaming with the country's No. 1 milk producer to invest in a dairy-farm company.

    KKR Invests in Chinese Dairy Farm

  • Farmers dairy-farm in much the same way their fathers did.

    Don't Fence Me In

  • WSJ. com: How did the dairy-farm model come about?

    QA: A Homegrown Approach to Business Literacy

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