Examples of pastureland in a Sentence
The area between the mountains is mostly pastureland.
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Twice in the last three years, the US Open has gone to golf courses barely a decade old — Chambers Bay in the Pacific Northwest and Erin Hills in the heart of Wisconsin’s pastureland — that featured wide fairways and the wrong kind of weather.
With pasturelands dried up in the northeast of the country, an estimated 1.5 million goats and sheep have been struggling to find food, the U.N. report said.
The luxury Lodge market was further enhanced in late 2007 with the opening of Kauri Cliffs' sister property, The Farm at Cape Kidnappers, amongst the rich vineyards and pasturelands of Hawke's Bay.
With pasturelands dried up in the northeast of the country, an estimated 1.5 million goats and sheep have been struggling to find food, the United Nations report said.
The white-spotted ungulates, imported in the 19th century by King Kamehameha V, have no natural predators in Hawaii and number more than 10,000 on Lanai alone, ravaging crops and pastureland.
The Harts settled on a house on 2.2 acres of pastureland in Woodland, Washington.
Chickens pecked outside a coop, and in the distance, cattle grazed open pastureland that seemed to drop off into the sea below.
The warehouse was surrounded by what felt like an acre of siding, sawn and stacked high overhead, open to the sky and surrounded by pastureland.
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: a large area of land where animals feed on the grass
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