cratch

cratch

(krætʃ)
n
(Agriculture) a rack for holding fodder for cattle, etc
[C14: from Old French: crèche]
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It is said that several pieces of ironwork bearing the name William Turner can be seen in Newtown and he is credited with having invented the sheep-feeding cratch (trough) later produced in large numbers.
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The two convicted officers, Raymond Madden and Michael Cratch, resigned from the Police Department with two other officers who were linked to pyramid schemes by witnesses who testified to the grand jury.
Still known by its original name Ponty Cratch, the house is the current home of William and Vivienne Barraclough and their three sons Seth, six, Luke, four, and Joseph, two.
Officers Michael Cratch, Raymond Madden, Matthew McCord and Matt Hopkins resigned in October after each was linked to the pyramid schemes by witnesses who testified to the grand jury.
Six of the defendants, including another former Simi Valley police officer, Michael Cratch, were sentenced to probation after pleading guilty to participating in a Simi Valley-based pyramid scheme.