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grazing Sentence Examples

  • The adults ignored them, grazing contentedly on the deep grass.

  • Cynthia leaned over as they drew near one and tried to pet it, but the cow moved away a few steps and began grazing again.

  • She looked down at the swing of a necklace grazing her chest.

  • He reached out to take the hourglass, grazing her skin in the act.

  • His gaze dropped to her lips, and his thumb followed, grazing the sensitive skin.

  • Josh swung at Alex, grazing his head with a fist as Alex ducked.

  • The area where the goats had been provided good grazing, but he was concerned about the wild dog problem she had experienced in the past.

  • The longhorns had been grazing against the fence with the buffalo for the last two weeks, so they would be accustomed to each other.

  • When they stepped outside, the buffalo were grazing near the pond.

  • The bison were grazing in the distance.

  • The bison were grazing all around the pond.

  • The hay ride across the field with bison grazing was exciting.

  • Grazing is the principal industry, but sugar-cane, tobacco and fruit are cultivated.

  • There is an abundance of fertile soil and magnificent grazing land.

  • Not only has the breed of cattle been improved, but the system of grazing has completely altered.

  • The poorer grazing lands on the upper levels of the Alps, Pyrenees, Jura and Vosges, the Landes, the more outlying regions of the central plateau, southern Brittany, Sologne, Berry, ChampagnePouilleuse, the Crau and the Carnargue, these districts being given over for the most part to sheep-raising.

  • Under the system of grazing practised throughout Australia it is customary to allow sheep, cattle and horses to run at large all the year round within enormous enclosures and to depend entirely upon the natural growth of grass for their subsistence.

  • This has greatly facilitated the formation of large estates devoted chiefly to grazing purposes, contrary to the policy of the legislature, which has everywhere sought to encourage tillage, or tillage joined to stock-rearing, and to discourage large holdings.

  • The inhabitants of these islands support themselves by seafaring, pilotage, grazing of cattle and sheep, fishing and a little agriculture, chiefly potato-growing.

  • Hay and forage are the most important crops, and Vermont grasses for grazing have been favourably known since the close of the 18th century.

  • Pernambuco is chiefly agricultural, the lowlands being devoted to sugar and fruit, with coffee in some of the more elevated localities, the agreste region to cotton, tobacco, Indian corn, beans and stock, and the sertao to grazing and in some localities to cotton.

  • In 1867 there were no settlers on the west island, and the government issued a proclamation offering leases of grazing stations on very moderate terms. In 1868 all the available land was occupied.

  • much bunch grass, which is valuable for grazing purposes.

  • That conditions are favourable to the animal industry is shown by the fact that in 1897 the valleys of northern Nevada were so overrun with wild horses, to the detriment of the grazing grounds for cattle, that the legislature authorized the killing of such animals.

  • Agriculture and grazing have become the main dependence of the population - the former in the lower, forested region of the south-east, where coffee and sugar-cane - are the principal products, and the latter on the higher campos and river valleys, and on the mountain slopes, where large herds of cattle are to be found, and milk, butter and cheese are produced.

  • The only industry of importance is grazing, cattle being raised for export to Chile, and a few sheep for their wool.

  • Rough grazing could also be had on the outlying waste lands.

  • About 13,000 head of cattle were exported annually from 1901 to 1905, but much of the best grazing land has since been devoted to the cultivation of sugar-cane.

  • Near the coast runs a continuous belt of plantations, while grazing, tobacco and general farm lands cover the lower slopes of the hills, and virgin forests much of the uplands and mountains.

  • Water is plentiful in the Elburz, and situated in well-watered valleys and gorges are innumerable flourishing villages, embosomed in gardens and orchards, with extensive cultivated fields and meadows, and at higher altitudes small plateaus, under snow until March or April, afford cool camping grounds to the nomads of the plains, and luxuriant grazing to their sheep and cattle during the summer.

  • More dreaded than the frosts are the terrible burans or snowstorms, which occur in early spring and destroy thousands of horses and cattle that have been grazing on the steppes throughout the winter.

  • It is a stony, semi-arid region, thinly wooded, having good grazing campos in its extreme western section.

  • The more arid districts offer no inducement for settlement and are inhabited only by a few roving bands of Indians, but there were settlements of whites in the grazing districts of the Rio Branco at an early date, and a few hundreds of adventurers have occupied the mining districts of the east.

  • It resembles the Sao Francisco region in its uncertain rainfall and exposure to droughts, and in having large areas of campos suitable for grazing purposes.

  • m., about one-half is meadow and grazing land, one-quarter under tillage, and the remainder occupied by a little woodland, some unprofitable sandy wastes, the bed of the Weser and the towns.

  • Agriculture and grazing are the principal industries.

  • m., and is used for sheep grazing; Muskeget Island, which has excellent hunting, and of which about one-half is a public park; and the Gravel Islands and other islets.

  • In the main they are grazing lands - the seat of important dairy and sheepraising industries.

  • In the south centre, the upland plain of the Wairarapa, ending in a large but commonplace lake, has a climate adapted for both grazing and cereals.

  • The smaller size of the flocks and the breeding of sheep for meat rather than for wool, the cultivation of English grasses and of extensive crops of turnips and other roots on which to fatten sheep and lambs, all tend to change sheep-farming from the mere grazing of huge mobs on wide, unimproved runs held by pastoral licences.

  • „How much more extensive is grazing - of the more scientific order - than agriculture, is seen at once from the figures of the amount of land broken up, for crops or other purposes, and the amount under sown grasses.

  • Dairying, as distinct from grazing, has much increased in importance in recent years.

  • The rainfall is sufficient for good grazing, but except in the Flathead valley cultivation was long considered to be dependent on irrigation; and consequently farming was only incidental to stock raising and mining until after 1870, and as late as 1900 the ratio of improved farm land to the total land area was less than in any other state or territory except New Mexico, Wyoming, Arizona and Hawaii.

  • The state is especially well adapted for grazing, and during1890-1900there was a large increase in the number of farm animals.

  • A movement was at once begun to break up the great Sioux reservation, partly because it cut off this region from the older settlements east of the Missouri and partly because it contained a large amount of land which was very valuable for farming and grazing purposes.

  • and the grazing lands of the W.

  • The hills furnish excellent grazing for cattle, and much milk is shipped to New England cities.

  • In the sierras, above the tierras frias, which are not " cold lands " at all, are the colder climates of the temperate zone, suitable for cereals, grazing and forest industries, and, farther up, the isolated peaks which rise into the regions of snow and ice.

  • Chillán is one of the most active commercial cities of central Chile, and is surrounded by a rich agricultural and grazing country.

  • Gerenuk are browsing ruminants, and, in Somaliland, are found in small family-parties, and feed more by browsing on the branches and leaves of trees and shrubs than by grazing.

  • A large part of the Great Plains to the east of the Rockies was taken up as farms in the decade 1880 1890; abandoned afterwards, because of its aridity, to stock grazing; and reconverted from ranches into farms when a system of dry farming had proved its tillage practicable.

  • One church is said to be as old as the city, and others date from 1699, 1716, 1717, &c. The surrounding country is devoted principally to grazing.

  • In places, too, as, for instance, round Shawal, the summer grazing ground of the Darwesh Khel Waziris, aria on the slopes of Pir Ghol, there is good pasturage and a fair sprinkling of deodars.

  • Most of the native grasses are too coarse for grazing, and some of 1 The Chinese name for the Hawaiian Islands means " Sandalwood Islands."

  • Agriculture and grazing occupy some attention in the north, but are handicapped by lack of water.

  • In smaller country gardens the enclosure or outer fence is often a hedge, and there is possibly no space enclosed by walls, but some divisional wall having a suitable aspect is utilized for the growth of peaches, apricots, &c., and the hedge merely separates the garden from a paddock used for grazing.

  • On the picturesque park near the town, 2400 acres in extent, the inhabitants have the right of grazing horses and cattle at a small fee.

  • Later the saga says: "No snow came there, and all of their live stock lived by grazing, and thrived."

  • The cultivation of grazing lands in Germany has been greatly improved in recent times and is in a highly prosperous condition.

  • Large Blacks are exceedingly docile, and the ears, hanging well forward over the eyes, contribute materially to a quietness of habit which renders them peculiarly adapted to field grazing.

  • It is the centre of the large grazing and farming district of Southland; and has a number of factories, including breweries, foundries, woollen mills and timber-works.

  • Only a little more than one-fourth of the area of Scotland is cultivated, while in England only one-fourth is left uncultivated; but it should be borne in mind that " permanent pasture " does not include the mountainous districts, which not only form so large a proportion of the surface but also, in their heaths and natural grasses, supply a scanty herbage for sheep and cattle, 9,104,388 acres being used for grazing in 1905.

  • The best grazing lands are on the lower elevations west of the Cordilleras in certain districts of the plateau and on the slopes of some of the higher Andes, as on Chimborazo and Antisana.

  • Owing partly to unfavourable conditions of climate and soil, partly to the insufficiency of grazing ground, and partly to the want of selection in breeding, the general condition of the cattle is miserably poor.

  • As cultivation advances, the area of waste land available for grazing steadily diminishes, and the prospects of the poor beasts are becoming worse rather than better.

  • In these forests every reasonable facility is afforded to the people concerned for the full and easy satisfaction of their needs, which are generally for small timber for building or fuel, fodder and grazing for their cattle, and edible products for themselves; and considerations of forest income are subordinated to those purposes.

  • These are managed mainly in the interests of the surrounding population, and supply grazing or fuel to them at moderate rates, higher charges being levied on consumers who are not inhabitants of the locality.

  • The fourth class includes pastures and grazing grounds.

  • Lack of water rather than poverty of soil renders most of the plains region fit for grazing only.

  • The transition of the principal stock-raising industry from large herds of cattle to small, and the utilization of the ranges for sheep grazing almost exclusively covered a period of over twenty years preceding 1910, during which time many conflicts occurred between range cattle-owners and sheep flockmasters over the use of the grazing grounds.

  • Since that time experience has proved that the grazing ranges of the state are better suited to sheep than cattle, the former being much more profitable and better able to stand the cold on the open range.

  • In the plains where drainage is poor, especially in the S., the soils contain too much alkali; but in the highlands most of this has been dissolved and carried away by the rains, and the soils are well adapted for grazing grounds.

  • This decrease in the proportion of improved acreage and increase in the average size of the farms is due to the increased use of lands for grazing purposes.

  • The hills and mesas covered with the nutritious grama grass form excellent grazing grounds, which are most extensive in Bernalillo, Guadalupe, Rio Arriba, San Miguel, Union and Valencia counties.

  • It is sometimes called the " Vale of Chile," and is the richest and most thicklypopulated part of the republic. It is a highly fertile region, is well watered by numerous streams from the Andes, has a moderate rainfall, and forms an agricultural and grazing region of great productiveness.

  • Other important towns are Manizales (18,000) in the extreme south, the commercial centre of a rich gold and grazing region; Antioquia, the old capital, on the Cauca; and Puerto Berri() on the Magdalena, from which a railway has been started to the capital.

  • There are considerable areas in this part of Bolivia, however, which lie above the floods and afford rich grazing lands.

  • and W., but the larger part of the department consists of open grassy plains, suitable for grazing.

  • In Geneva horse-chestnuts are largely consumed by grazing stock, a single sheep receiving 2 lb.

  • The grazing industry still holds a chief place amongst the productive industries of the state.

  • The Lias plain is rich grazing country, the Oxford Clay forms valuable agricultural land, yielding heavy crops of wheat.

  • Within the Upper Greensand an equally narrow ring of Gault is exposed, its stiff clay forming level plains of grazing pasture, without villages, and with few farmhouses even; and from beneath it the successivOeds of the Lower Greensand rise towards the centre, forming a wider belt, and reaching a considerable height before breaking off in a fine escarpment, the crest of which is in several points higher than the outer ring of Chalk.

  • - In the agricultural returns for Great Britain, issued annually by the government, the area of England (apart from Wales) has been divided into two sections, " arable " and " grass," corresponding with a former division into " corn counties " and " grazing counties," except that Leicestershire is included not in the " grass " but in the " arable " section.

  • of the Arctic circle, save along Bering Sea; also that there is little doubt of the practicability of successfully cultivating buckwheat, barley and oats, and possibly also rye and wheat; that grasses for grazing grow generally and often in abundance; and in general that the possibilities of interior Alaska as a live-stock country are very considerable.

  • Bouteloua with numerous species (mesquite grass, grama grass) on the plains of the south-western United States, afford good grazing.

  • The total area of farms increased from 655,524 acres in 1880 to 4,116,951 acres in 1900, but the proportion of improved land decreased from 63.5% (416,105 acres) in 1880 to 25.1% (1,032,117 acres) in 1900, indicating the great increase in land used for grazing.

  • Large tracts of woodland were cleared near the railways, and the communal rights of grazing and gathering firewood destroyed the aftergrowths.

  • They received in return a plot of ground proportionate to the number of animals they owned, and had also rights of grazing and of collecting fuel in the forests.

  • Light from an arc lamp was so directed that only that part reached the spectroscope which fell upon the flame of the burner at grazing incidence, and was thereby refracted.

  • Julius's phenomenon seems inseparable from grazing incidence, and hence any explanation it supplies depends upon his hypothetical tubular structure for layers of equal density.

  • The other parts of the state are generally too dry or too mountainous for growing crops, but contain considerable areas suitable for grazing.

  • Both cattle and sheep ranches in the region east of the Cascade Mountains have been considerably encroached upon by the appropriation of lands for agricultural purposes, and the cattle, also, have been forced to the south and east by the grazing of sheep on lands formerly reserved for them; but the numbers of both cattle and sheep on the farms have become much larger.

  • The Kent or Romney Marsh is native to the rich tract of grazing land on the S.

  • of England and of Scotland, where they thrive u p on heather hills and coarse and exposed grazing lands.

  • - A Shropshire flock of about two hundred breeding ewes is here taken as a typical example of the numerous systems of managing sheep on a mixed farm of grazing and arable land.

  • This region serves as a winter grazing ground for sheep from the Transvaal.

  • Sir Francis de Winton, the British commissioner, who was accompanied by Generals Joubert and Smit on behalf of the Transvaal, reported that Umbandine had already granted concessions, such as "postal, telegraphic, banking, customs,"&c., to the Transvaal, and concessions of land mining and grazing rights to various adventurers.

  • Blue grass is valuable for grazing and hay-making.

  • They rival if they do not exceed in fertility the valley of the Nile, and are the healthiest and most inviting agricultural and grazing region of the basin of the Amazon.

  • Stock-raising is favoured by the excellent grazing lands; blooded cattle are imported for breeding.

  • Grazing receives considerable attention in the uplands, where the temperature is favourable and the pastureage good, and hides are largely exported.

  • Much of the finest timber was felled in the wars of1876-1878and of 1885, and the rights of grazing and wood-cutting also caused widespread destruction.

  • section, where there is good grazing but generally an insufficient rainfall for growing crops, cattle-raising on the range has in considerable measure given way to stock-raising on the farm, and nearly everywhere the quality of the cattle has been greatly improved.

  • The lee sides of the larger islands, however, have grassy plains suitable for grazing, with scattered trees, chiefly Pandanus, and ferns.

  • When he possessed ancestral land he was a flaith or lord, and was entitled to let his lands for grazing, to have a hamlet in which lived labourers and to keep slaves.

  • The good lands were let to a class of tenants called fuidirs, of whom there were several kinds, some grazing the land with their own cattle, others receiving both land and cattle from the lord.

  • A dry, semibarren plateau, fit for grazing only, extends across the W.

  • The wide grazing lands have long been famous, and the arable lands are specially adapted for the growth of wheat and beans.

  • Grazing and fodder are not wanting, and besides the reeds peculiar to Seistan there are two grasses which merit notice - that called bannu, with which the bed of the Hamun abounds on the south and the taller and less salt kirta on the higher ground.

  • At normal incidence the intensity of the reflected light, measured by the square of the amplitude, is { (µ -1) /(µ+ I) } 2 in both cases; but whereas in the former the intensity increases uniformly with i to the value unity for i =90°, in the latter the intensity at first decreases as i increases, until it attains the value zero when i -Fr = 90°, or tan i =,u - the polarizing angle of Brewster - and then increases until it becomes unity at grazing incidence.

  • Thus A is zero at grazing incidence and at the critical angle, and attains its maximum value 7r-4 tan1 (I/p) at an angle of incidence given by sin e i=2/(p.2+I).

  • South of the Gezira is Sennar, a wellwatered country of arable and grazing land.

  • In the Nubian Desert the chief tribes are the Ababda and Bisharin, the last named grazing their camels in the mountainous districts towards the Red Sea.

  • In Leland's time "the men of the town used grazing" in the "wonderful pastures upon Dove," and in the 17th and 18th centuries the market was the greatest in that part of England for cattle and provisions; in the 18th century it furnished cheeses to many London cheesemongers.

  • In his reign gelding is believed to have had its origin, on account of numerous herds of horses belonging to different proprietors grazing together, especially in time of harvest.

  • While grazing they feed almost continually, preferring short pasture.

  • In autumn all horses that have been grazing should be dosed with some vermifuge to destroy the worms that are invariably present, and thus prevent colic or an unthrifty or anaemic state.

  • Alfalfa and other cultivated grasses are encroaching on the whole region, and even the natural arid-land bunch grasses make excellent grazing.

  • Where surface water is adequate the regions of the Pierre shale make splendid grazing lands; but in general they are not very useful for agriculture.

  • foot of the Laramie range, at an altitude of 6050 ft.; the surrounding country is given up to mining (lignite and iron), grazing and dry-farming.

  • In 1828 the Van Diemen's Land Company commenced sheep-farming on a large scale in the north-west district of the island under a charter granted three years before, and in 1829 the Van Diemen's Land Establishment obtained a grant of 40,000 acres at Norfolk Plains for agriculture and grazing.

  • Considerable areas in the central part of the state are admirably adapted for grazing and the raising of fine horses and cattle.

  • Christchurch is mainly dependent on the rich agricultural district which surrounds it, the plain being mainly devoted to cereals and grazing.

  • Tammy jumped from her seat beside the pool and pointed a finger excitedly at a horse, which was grazing by the fence close to the house.

  • The adults ignored them, grazing contentedly on the deep grass.

  • Cynthia leaned over as they drew near one and tried to pet it, but the cow moved away a few steps and began grazing again.

  • She looked down at the swing of a necklace grazing her chest.

  • He reached out to take the hourglass, grazing her skin in the act.

  • His gaze dropped to her lips, and his thumb followed, grazing the sensitive skin.

  • Josh swung at Alex, grazing his head with a fist as Alex ducked.

  • The area where the goats had been provided good grazing, but he was concerned about the wild dog problem she had experienced in the past.

  • The longhorns had been grazing against the fence with the buffalo for the last two weeks, so they would be accustomed to each other.

  • When they stepped outside, the buffalo were grazing near the pond.

  • The bison were grazing in the distance.

  • The bison were grazing all around the pond.

  • The hay ride across the field with bison grazing was exciting.

  • It was a desolate wasteland except for some grazing sheep.

  • I do not know the distribution and extent of the grazing marsh which is pasture or meadow and how much is grazed and periodically inundated with water.

  • The microbiological system is closed by mesozooplankton grazing pressures taken from observed zooplankton abundance.

  • aftermath grazing.

  • Savannah grasslands - Hot, dry grassy plains that often support large numbers of grazing herd animals.

  • arable land with some in coastal grazing marsh.

  • Invertebrates such as the northern brown Argus are also at risk from heavy grazing.

  • Dead and fallen aspen should be left undisturbed and protected from deer and rabbit grazing.

  • autotrophic organisms, this type of predation is called grazing.

  • Unusually, grazing levels appear to be low enough to allow the development of mountain avens heath on slopes open to grazing animals.

  • It is also ideal land for fattening beef cattle and you still see some of the beautiful white-faced Herefords grazing on the lush pasture.

  • The project has observed some interesting phenomena, including grazing bifurcations and possibly grazing sliding bifurcations.

  • Stephen Foale and Steve Bishop presented their elegant study of grazing bifurcations in impacting systems, relevant to the rattling of engineering structures.

  • Alternatively, animals which have already been turned out can be administered a bolus later in the grazing season.

  • Using chemicals Chemicals to kill bracken to stop soil becoming too acidic Horse for grazing.

  • Where grazing has been limited the number of species is higher, with reed canary-grass and stone bramble.

  • buttercup plants are attacked by a number of insects, fungi and grazing animals.

  • cattle grazing throughout the park.

  • There were also many Yellow Wagtails feeding around the grazing cattle, plus one Little Egret.

  • cessation of grazing or by inappropriate grazing regimes.

  • close-cropped, closed sward vegetation due to heavy sheep grazing typical in the uplands.

  • Grazing with sheep will reduce it, as will sowing clover into an infested pasture.

  • countryside STEWARDSHIP The landscape and character of the Hills will not exist in its present form unless there is grazing.

  • The effect of grazing, surface cover and tillage on erosion and nutrient depletion.

  • In addition, a special derogation has been granted to the owners of ponies grazing in the New Forest and on Dartmoor.

  • Three deer exclosures in ancient woodland have been erected to detect vegetation changes due to the absence of grazing by deer.

  • The fort now overlooks a large expanse of grazing marshes to the west which once formed a great inland estuary.

  • The numbers and sizes of limpets and other grazing gastropods were determined by measurements and counts from the digital images.

  • Hay cutting and carefully managed grazing produces a rich floral assemblage including gentians and orchids.

  • South through Tanzania, our route takes us through Mikumi National Park where we may well see giraffe or elephant grazing along the roadside.

  • South through Tanzania, our route takes us through Mikumi National Park where we may well see giraffe or elephant grazing along the roadside.

  • Savannah grasslands - Hot, dry grassy plains that often support large numbers of grazing herd animals.

  • grazing on wet pasture or dune slacks leading to growth of scrub or coarse grassland.

  • Bracken fern is a weed species mainly found on rough grazing.

  • Growth is suppressed but rotational grazing does not kill the plants.

  • intensive grazing by animals in some places has caused changes in the variety of grasses.

  • grazing marsh.

  • grazing cattle, plus one Little Egret.

  • grazing pastures fringed with beech woods.

  • grazing livestock.

  • grazing rye in milder areas.

  • grazing sheep to the hills at the back.

  • Upland example: reducing sheep grazing on a Cumbrian hill farm.

  • The plan was to ride to check on the cattle grazing on the summer pastures.

  • You are sure to have company from the local livestock grazing next to the roadway.

  • cattle grazing reduces thistle numbers more than sheep grazing.

  • I notice nothing is said about a large herd of reindeer grazing on the plateau, they don't live on fresh air.

  • Eventually the mansions give way to a more pastoral vision of cows grazing under willow trees.

  • grazing in the ancient woodlands - an idyllic setting for a self-catering holiday cottage.

  • grazing of livestock on the hills.

  • grazing by sheep reduces the sand trapping ability of the dune grasses.

  • grazing by any domestic livestock will reduce the number of tree seedlings which establish.

  • Start to dig in overwintered green manures such as grazing rye and winter tares.

  • heathy grazing land.

  • A restored 18th century farmhouse with 2 gites and stables surrounded by 13 hectares of gardens and grazing.

  • Sheep grazing should be practiced only at the rosette stage, with a low infestation rate and other herbage available.

  • The skull itself is rounded and self-contained -- superficially resembling a monkey's skull more than a grazing herbivore 's (Figure 5 ).

  • I climbed a little hillock nearby and saw to my delight a herd of horses grazing on the grassy plain.

  • Students will examine: taxonomy of holoplankton and meroplankton specieis; the measurement of holoplankton grazing rates on a range of plytoplankton species.

  • hornet robber fly Asilus crabroniformis: land use and livestock grazing regimes at sites in England.

  • Good sight lines are important acoustically as they prevent absorption of the direct sound by grazing incidence over the heads of the audience.

  • incisor teeth, causing problems with grazing.

  • Increased grazing intensity is believed to have reduced the frequency of many of the characteristic herbaceous plants and removed them from heavily grazed sites.

  • Grass sickness is a usually fatal condition of grazing horses which causes varying degrees of paralysis of the horse's intestines.

  • involves removing sheep from the Carneddau for the winter months, but returning them for summer grazing.

  • juniper bushes have been removed to provide better grazing.

  • The majority occur in arable land with some in coastal grazing marsh.

  • However, the majority of mares in the contact group were grazing land where grass sickness had not occurred for many years.

  • A few lapwings wheeled overhead but the large flocks were over the grazing fields to the east.

  • Recommendations for event organizers Cancel all activities planned on or close to land where susceptible livestock have recently been grazing.

  • Back to top Grazing Grazing by domestic livestock can benefit heathland in a number of ways.

  • livestock grazing next to the roadway.

  • Most of the agricultural land within the Park is used for grazing livestock.

  • Alternatively calcined magnesite may be dusted on pastures for direct grazing and ingestion by the animal at critical times.

  • Therefore the ' Spring Fever ' of silliness in horses may actually have a dietary root, that of low magnesium in the grazing.

  • maintained by grazing or periodic control of scrub and tree invasion.

  • grazing mammals as well as birds obviously cue on these areas.

  • maritime grasslands are often subject to neglect through lack of grazing.

  • The beef is produced from cows raised on coastal grazing marsh.

  • Unfortunately, the deer that have been grazing in spring pastures don't have the gut microorganisms necessary to digest this food.

  • molluscish aquire the bacteria by grazing on the reef and eating mollusks and other invertebrates.

  • molluscass mortality of the grazing mollusks is likely to have a significant effect on the ecology of polluted shores.

  • paddocks enclosed often without permission from the common grazing.

  • grazing paddocks are available at most times in the year.

  • Further down the road we tried a patch of rice paddy where a group of water buffalo were grazing.

  • Grazing with sheep will reduce it, as will sowing clover into an infested pasture.

  • There is some wet rush pasture toward the summit; elsewhere most cattle pasture is now equestrian grazing.

  • The parkland character is of grazing pastures fringed with beech woods.

  • Savannah grasslands - Hot, dry grassy plains that often support large numbers of grazing herd animals.

  • Tree felling, conifer planting, inappropriate grazing lack of or too little grazing.

  • pollarding trees, which is like coppicing above head height, poles could be produced out of reach of grazing animals.

  • Their ages range from 300 to 1,000 years and include many pollards, remnants of former grazing regimes.

  • pony the morning a member of the NT team will give us an introductory talk about using Exmoor ponies for conservation grazing.

  • Grazing is not recommended as a control measure because of the harm wild radish may cause to stock.

  • English Nature routinely removes ragwort from parts of National Nature Reserves we manage where the welfare of grazing animals would be at risk.

  • ragwort in pasture has declined from sheep grazing.

  • reason for the decline is the same old story - grazing for cattle, or cereals which are largely to feed to cattle.

  • reave system on Dartmoor is testament to how long cattle have been grazing the moor.

  • rice paddy where a group of water buffalo were grazing.

  • On the facts, this was not considered to extend to the keeping and grazing of horses and ponies for recreational riding.

  • rough grazing.

  • The only option remaining to give reliably satisfactory results is field beans, although you may get results from grazing rye in milder areas.

  • Of course the young tree saplings too had problems caused by having their buds chewed off by birds or grazing animals.

  • We then move south to the more open, acacia savanna, with more grazing mammals and a greater chance of seeing predators.

  • In addition, grazing and early cutting of hay meadows makes that field scabious often does not reaches the flowering stage.

  • sheep grazing leaves.

  • The scenery out of the bedroom window was very nice - looking across fields of grazing sheep to the hills at the back.

  • Sometimes grazing a particular field or using silage from it is always associated with milk fever.

  • The project was an agent-based simulation of pasture grazing by sheep.

  • Intensive grazing of pasture and saltmarsh can create a sward that is too short for nesting skylarks.

  • snorkeling off the beach proves very rewarding with a Hawksbill Turtle grazing the sea grass literally 25 yards from the shore.

  • Stables and secure grazing for horses, including period stabling and looseboxes.

  • I am quite amazed to see sheep grazing on the very steep slopes, they must be extremely sure-footed.

  • The ley will have a thick bottom sward for good hay, silage and grazing.

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