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(Agriculture) a field where grain is cultivated



a field in which grain is grown.
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Noun1.grainfield - a field where grain is growngrainfield - a field where grain is grown  
corn field, cornfield - a field planted with corn
field - a piece of land cleared of trees and usually enclosed; "he planted a field of wheat"
wheat field, wheatfield - a field planted with wheat
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The author is a regular Contributor who makes his home in Grainfield, Kansas.
ISLAMABAD -- Awardees of 'Grainfield' status on Thursday asked to prepare their agreements to be effected pursuant to the award of 'Grainfield status' by July 20,2017.
A rule that applies to the Grainfield, Kansas, police department also applies at FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C.
It's real natural quail cover, broken creek bottoms and grainfield edges where you can easily have the opportunity to work eight or more coveys in a morning's hunt.
In addition to Quinter, the co-op has elevators in Collyer, Park, Grainfield, WaKeeney, Ogallah, Voda, Bogne, Hill City, Morland, Penokee and Studley.
bullets, like a ripe grainfield lashed by the hail!
"If you can find a walk-in hunting area that borders a grainfield, you've found a great spot," says Kansas' Mark Sexson.
This survived the Czarist censors for only six issues--but was then reincarnated as Nasha Niva (Our Grainfield), which survived until the outbreak of World War I, and which gave its name to the whole movement of ethnic/cultural/political revival of those years.
Idaho 1989) (farmer applied pesticide to grainfield, killing birds that fed upon it).
Come dawn, they move to their feeding area, commonly an open grainfield. At some areas they stay all day; at others they leave at mid-day and return at dusk to feed again.
The author is a regular Contributor who lives in Grainfield, Kansas, with his wife and children.