under cultivation or capable of being cultivated:
to protect valuable farmland from erosion.
land used or suitable for farming
mid-14c., from farm (n.) + land (n.).
[fahrm-out] /ˈfɑrmˌaʊt/ noun 1. an act or instance of farming out or leasing, as land for oil exploration. 2. something farmed out.
[fahrm-sit-er] /ˈfɑrmˌsɪt ər/ noun, Canadian. 1. a person who takes temporary charge of a farm during the absence or incapacity of the owner.
[fahrm-sted] /ˈfɑrmˌstɛd/ noun 1. a together with its buildings. /ˈfɑːmˌstɛd/ noun 1. a farm or the part of a farm comprising its main buildings together with adjacent grounds
noun 1. any small-scale or localized network or industry that provides experience and exposure for beginners, similar to that of a baseball farm.