Baby farm

a place that houses and takes care of babies for a fee.
a residence for unwed pregnant girls or women that also arranges adoptions.
Contemporary Examples

“It was like they were making a baby farm or something,” Naomi Sisk told the Raleigh News and Observer.
The ‘Black Hebrew’ Cult Murder Case Winston Ross April 17, 2011

Historical Examples

I remember an old colored woman, she must be dead by this time, who kept a baby farm.
Half a Man Mary White Ovington


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