grazing land


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Related to grazing land: pasture, pasture land
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Noun1.grazing land - a field covered with grass or herbage and suitable for grazing by livestockgrazing land - a field covered with grass or herbage and suitable for grazing by livestock
common land, commons - a pasture subject to common use
cow pasture - a pasture for cows
grassland - land where grass or grasslike vegetation grows and is the dominant form of plant life
rural area, country - an area outside of cities and towns; "his poetry celebrated the slower pace of life in the country"
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My country extends from Polodona (Equator) north ten karads and from the tenth karad west of Horz to the twentieth west, including thus a million square haads, the greater proportion of which is fine grazing land where run our great herds of thoats and zitidars.
At intervals there are gates through which the flocks are turned on to the grazing land south of the city during the daytime.
The ranches range in size from a 17-acre home site to 6,000 acres of grazing land.
The ranch includes 400 acres of vineyards, a premier wine-making facility and visitor center (near Middletown), as well as 20,000 acres of grazing land with significant vineyard potential.
An adjacent paddock offers around eight acres of grazing land and timber shed.
Photo: (Color) Sacramento developers hope to create one of the world's largest studios on 140 acres of grazing land near the capital.
Whitewalls has walled gardens and orchard, grazing land and stores.
While causing havoc along the Pacific, the storms were welcomed in rain-starved northern Mexico, where a four-year drought has decimated cattle and grazing land and been blamed for the malnutrition deaths of scores of children.
Town moor allotment holders suffered similar disappointment in April 2002 when the Freemen reverted a 100-plot site in Fenham to grazing land.
To reward him for diligent service, the Mexican government gave him nearly 4,700 acres of grazing land - or nearly one-third the present city of Ventura.
It has an enclosed rural garden and comes with seven acres of grazing land, a detached garage and numerous outhouses.
The county awarded the station its first permit in 1974 to erect three 30-foot dish antennae, a 300-foot microwave tower and a 7,000-square-foot control building on what was then 41 acres of scrubby grazing land.