A tract of low or level land producing grass which is mown for hay; any field on which grass is grown for hay.
Low land covered with coarse grass or rank herbage near rives and in marshy places by the sea; as, the salt meadows near Newark Bay.
A tract of grassland where productivity of indigenous or introduced forage is modified due to characteristics of the landscape position or hydrology.
Ground which is permanently used for hay production, often on a shared basis, followed by common grazing after haymaking.
Tracks of moist low lying and usually level grasslands. Generally, the water table is just below the surface of the soil and the most abundant vegetation is usually favored by wet but not constantly flooded soil.
an area of grassland used for grazing and cutting for fodder.
a field where grass or alfalfa are grown to be made into hay
a low, flat grassland
a low level grassland near a stream
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An open grassland in a forest or other habitat type.
Grass or grass / herb vegetation, usually cut for hay or silage in summer and grazed at other times
A tract of grassland, either natural or used as pasture or for growing hay.
land used for grazing animals and for growing hay.
Traditional grass field cut for hay in the summer.
A meadow is a habitat of rolling or flat terrain where grasses predominate. Typically, what is called a meadow has more biodiversity than a grassland as the former contains not only grasses but a significant variety of annual, biennial and perennial plants.