noun, plural farm·er·ies. Chiefly British.

the buildings, yards, etc., of a farm.

Origin of farmery

First recorded in 1650–60; farm + -ery Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for farmery

Historical Examples of farmery

  • On the following day my hosts took me round the farmery, fowl-run, piggeries, neat-houses and stalls being inspected one by one.

    In the Heart of Vosges

    Matilda Betham-Edwards

  • Two sulphur butterflies sported around the tall white lilies at the farmery door.

  • A week later he chanced on Hilarius sitting on a bench under the south wall of the farmery cloister.

  • If farm life pays well enough to buy cloth these times I shall get me to a farmery at once.

    Peggy Owen Patriot

    Lucy Foster Madison

  • But Camille pushed his horse up the rising ground which culminates at Adet's farmery.

    Lord Tony's Wife

    Baroness Emmuska Orczy