Definition of grazing
: herbage or land for grazing
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The Bundys still face assault, conspiracy and other charges from a separate armed standoff in 2014 at the Nevada ranch of their father, Cliven Bundy, triggered when federal agents seized his cattle for failure to pay grazing fees to the government.
Their grazing area looks tantalizingly close to the cheetah enclosure.
The wildebeest, accompanied by some 200,000 zebra and antelope, travel clockwise through the Serengeti, tracking pockets of rainfall and grazing on about 4,500 tons of grass every day.
According to most textbooks, Theia, the planet that hit the Earth, was about the size of Mars, and the impact was slow and grazing, spiraling out material into orbit and forming a disk of molten rock around the Earth.
Nettleton was expounding from atop his horse, Ranger, as he, Scott, buckaroos Gordon Thompson and Paul Magart and their dogs moved his cows to new ground to prevent over-grazing.
One's daily routine may not allow for the opportunity to take a big lunch break -- and so a grazing style of eating is a better fit.
BOISE — Federal officials on Friday released a cattle-grazing plan for central Idaho’s Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve that immediately came under fire from an environmental group.
Craters of the Moon contains ancient lava flows of rough and jagged rocks, but some areas not covered by the flows are suitable for cattle grazing.
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