1. a person who is enthusiastically interested in fresh and local foods; 2. a person who purchases food from small, socially- and environmentally-responsible farms. ORIGIN: from foodie, a slang terms meaning one who is keenly interested in food
"Check out these beautiful heirloom rainbow carrots I found at the farmers' market," exclaimed the farmie.
by farmieNo1 February 19, 2013
A fellow farmer.

Term originated in the popular Facebook game, Farm Town.
Howdy farmie!
by McEy Dees May 31, 2009
the opposite to what people who live in an urban setting are called (townies). it is mainly a group of 15-18 year olds that regulary gather for "piss-ups" and to share the latest news. a group of farmies that have people over 18 are normaly refered to "farmers"

A group of "farmies" consists of males and females.

The meetings ALWAYS are outside but are not limited to sheds etc. It is also traditional to have some sort of fire for warmth and lighting.
Person talking to second Person:
Person One: "Are you going to the farmies meeting?"
Person Two: "Yea Bro, just got invited!"

Or...
Person One: "Are you hitten the bong at the farmies tonight?"
Person Two: "Nah mate, thats like, not cool..."
by thegrayfox12 February 04, 2010

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