cow pasture


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Noun1.cow pasture - a pasture for cowscow pasture - a pasture for cows      
grazing land, ley, pasture, pastureland, lea - a field covered with grass or herbage and suitable for grazing by livestock
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Once vast fields of cow pasture until the late 1980s, today it is a district that houses new residential, business, industrial and commercial establishments.
A friend and I were set up in a cow pasture with a stand of white oaks to our back and a blind made of their fallen limbs around us.
This past weekend was a great example of that as Katy Newbold and her farmer husband, Ray, continued their twice a year cow pasture adventure they call "Springthyme In The Country" where nearly a hundred antique dealers, peddlers and musicians gather for a Saturday and Sunday full of treasure hunting, live bluegrass music and homemade country vittles.
There is a cow pasture -- complete with a pond -- just a bit beyond our backyard, but in an abundance of caution, the owner kindly asked my kids to remain on <em>this</em> side of the fence.
On your left and right is Cow Pasture Field, where Bronze Age flints were found.
Every spring, Dad would walk the fence that formed the perimeter of our cow pasture, looking for broken wires.
Korb said, 'Since joining Pinnacle Bank 18 years ago from FSB Rio Vista 'Cow Pasture' Bank, I've been fortunate to be in a position to offer assistance to the community, businesses, and friends of the bank.
The road leading southwest from Santa Maria to the Casmalia Superfund site is inconspicuously marked with a sign reading "Casmalia Landfill." It cuts through a cow pasture, and ends at a guard shack at the top of a hill.
After crossing we bear to the right, with a wire fence on our right, and cross another stile to reach woodland on Cow Pasture Hill.
His wife Renee, vice president of marketing, said many potential tenants saw old buildings and considered Pease "a cow pasture with no future."
Irwin first started working on zoning changes for the cow pasture almost 20 years ago.
One of his jobs took him to a cow pasture. It turned out that a newly elected state legislator named Bob Graham was the property owner.