Definition of deer farm in English:

deer farm

noun

NZ
  • A farm on which deer are bred for meat.

    ‘their enterprise is the largest deer farm in the country’
    • ‘Headlands Farm Park is a whole peninsula that is a deer farm, but where people can buy a section where they build their own houses.’
    • ‘They live in a newly built house overlooking their home base, Criffel Deer Farm.’
    • ‘Growing up on a deer farm in central Hawke's Bay, she showed an interest in agriculture from a young age.’
    • ‘He was responsible for setting up the first experimental deer farm at Lincoln College, Canterbury, to investigate the feasibility of farming deer.’
    • ‘At a deer farm near Goulburn, New South Wales, could it be that there's something about Rudolph's antlers that can help repair skeletons in people.’
    • ‘Locals are trying to raise the money to buy the estate, which contains a deer farm.’
    • ‘He was importing deer from New Zealand and was running a deer farm.’
    • ‘My parents moved to France 30 years ago to set up the country's first deer farm.’
    • ‘We also have huge numbers of deer farms.’
    • ‘We are seeing that astronomical increase in the rate of nitrate application, in particular, on sheep farms, on deer farms, and, most noticeably, on dairy farms.’