A pasture; growing grass.
the use of grasses and other plants to feed wild or domestic herbivores such as deer, sheep and cows. Go to Top
This term refers to frequent feedings-eating small amounts of food often.
Consumption of native forage from rangelands or pastures by livestock or wildlife.
Any vegetated land that is grazed or that has the potential to be grazed by animals. http://www.forages.css.orst.edu/Topics/Pastures/Grazing/Terminology/grazterm_body.html#Grazing
(a) The eating of any kind of standing vegetation by domestic livestock or wild animals. Sometimes limited to the eating of herbage in contrast with browsing. ( BCFT). (b) Used sometimes as a synonym of forage.
Eating smaller meals more frequently throughout the day rather than 3 large meals. Grazing allows for a more efficient digestion process and prevents muscle catabolism.
A method of feeding by herbivores
Grazing is the regular consumption of part of one organism without killing it by another organism. Grazing differs from predation because the organism being eaten is not killed, and it differs from the feeding of parasites by the fact that the two organisms do not stay together very long, nor is the grazer so limited in what it can eat.