- a farm devoted to breeding livestock.
Origin of stock farm
First recorded in 1800–10
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Examples from the Web for stock farm
I haven't seen you since the day Mamma and I spent with them at my uncle's stock-farm.
She was standing at the paddock fence of her grandfather's stock-farm in Kentucky.Destiny
Charles Neville Buck
It is now in the possession of a New Yorker, who keeps it as a shooting-preserve and stock-farm.Beautiful Gardens in America
He was too busy manipulating the ticker to pay much attention to the stock-farm itself.
Mrs. Harrison has arranged for them to stop for a day at Selimcroft, her Uncle's stock-farm up your way, as they go.
- a farm on which livestock is bred
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