Cooperative farm



noun
1.
a farm that is run in cooperation with others in the purchasing and using of machinery, stock, etc, and in the marketing of produce through its own institutions (farmers’ cooperatives)
2.
a farm that is owned by a cooperative society
3.
a farm run on a communal basis, such as a kibbutz
4.
another name for collective farm

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