noun, plural pig·ger·ies. Chiefly British.
Examples from the Web for piggery
A door leads out of the piggery into the rear yard, where range also the poultry.Rural Architecture|Lewis Falley Allen
"It is making rather a piggery of the place," Everard said more than once to his wife.A Sheaf of Corn|Mary E. Mann
A piggery was attached to the barn, conducted on scientific principles, and furnished with the best stock.Homes of American Statesmen|Various
Grunty Pig had got out of his pen and out of the piggery, too.The Tale of Grunty Pig|Arthur Scott Bailey
It makes you think the whole round earth must be a piggery copper and that London has lifted the lid off.The Christian|Hall Caine