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n. pl. hen·ner·ies
1. A poultry farm.
2. A coop or cage for poultry; a chicken coop.
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n, pl -neries
(Agriculture) a place or farm for keeping poultry
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(ˈhɛn ə ri)

n., pl. -ner•ies.
a place where poultry is kept or raised.
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