Cattle range


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an open space through which cattle may run or range.

See also: Cattle

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Open Range (12A) A cattle range boss (Robert Duvall) and his worker Charley (Kevin Costner) find themselves in trouble when one of their men is arrested.
Estimates for collection of sheep carcasses vary from pounds 15 to pounds 30, while those for cattle range from pounds 45 to pounds 110.
Open Range (12A) A cattle range boss (Robert Duvall) and worker Charley (Kevin Costner) find themselves in trouble when one of their men is arrested and a posse of gunmen is sent after them.
We extracted binned pixel values for all training and validation data sets from 5,504 randomly drawn points (2 points/ha) in the cattle range, after masking water bodies, the cattle summer farms, and immediately adjacent grasslands.
The Trampling Herd: The Story of the Cattle Range in America.
"At the moment inspection costs for cattle range between pounds 7 and pounds 25 a head, depending on which part of the country and whether it is a small or big abattoir.
Intensive farming in the eastern half of the state gives way to drier cattle range to the west.
had become settled and the cattle ranges fenced in, taking the wild out of the West.
Llyndy Isaf is likely to have been part of the royal cattle ranges which covered much of Snowdonia in the medieval period.
Over 100 commodities come from Ontario, from the cattle ranges of Grey-Bruce, to the dairy stronghold of Oxford County, the fruit belt of Niagara, the hog concentration of Perth and Middlesex counties--and the tomato fields of the southwest and the vast industry under glass of Leamington's greenhouse industry.