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  • n. A small farm.


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farm +‎ -ette


  • In time, Clopper's small "farmette" in Waynesboro grew to be a home for pot-bellied pigs, dogs, cats and rabbits, as well as her beloved horses, Porterfield said.

    The Herald-Mail Online

  • He was 28, and in the Air Force, working in hospital and health administration, when he bought this 10-acre "farmette," as he put it, for $10,000.

    NYT > Home Page

  • She lives on a farmette in Michigan with her husband, children, a too-big garden, and a number of obsessive-compulsive animals.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grieving and Recovery

  • There's one dog I particularly like -- "T-Bone" -- who absolutely loves spending time on my little farmette.

    When Good Dogs Die

  • SILBERNER: And pretty soon, we're at Sue Fortier's farmette.

    A Dentist Who Goes Straight To The Horse's Mouth

  • Our friends the McGoverns have moved onto a farmette in Ohio with a tiny old house.

    Oliver Hill: Bright with Red

  • A few months ago in June I blogged about visiting Molly and Bill McGovern and their delightful little family farmette, Oliver Hill.

    Help Save Oliver Hill Farm!

  • As the data from the Greenheart project continues to be analyzed, other efforts such as the Burton's farmette are popping up.

    Boulder Daily Camera Most Viewed

  • "For me, it's like a farmette in the middle of Phoenix," Venetos said. | news

  • Back to the farmette, where the bugs are noxious, but the berries are ripe and the fragrance of ... everything is intoxicating.

    The Other Side of the Ocean


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