Specifically: Grass growing for the food of cattle; the food of cattle taken by grazing.
Grass land for cattle, horses, etc.; pasturage.
To feed, esp. to feed on growing grass; to supply grass as food for; as, the farmer pastures fifty oxen; the land will pasture forty cows.
To feed on growing grass; to graze.
land covered with grass or forage crops and used for grazing livestock
A field of grasses and mixed plants eaten by livestock.
Ground or field suitable for grazing.
Plants, such as grass, grown for feeding or grazing animals. Also serves as a place to feed cattle and other livestock.
Managed grassland or enclosed meadow that usually is planted with domesticated grasses or other forage to be grazed by livestock. Compare feedlot, rangeland.
Land on which animals feed directly on feed crops.
Grass field used for grazing animals. It may be permanent or a ley.
an area of grassland normally grazed rather than cut for fodder.
(animal science) A fenced area of forage, usually improved, on which animals are grazed.
Land that is separated from other areas by a fence or natural barriers. (2) The act of letting livestock graze on land for forage.
a field covered with grass or herbage and suitable for grazing by livestock
animal food for browsing or grazing
let feed in a field or pasture or meadow
feed as in a meadow or pasture; "the herd was grazing"
a grazing area for animals enclosed by a fence and often planted to nonnative forages
an area that is stocked at an animal density that maintains vegetative growth throughout the growing season
an ecosystem dominated by desirable grasses and legumes with a few trees and shrubs
A field of grass where animals live and eat.
(1) Grazing lands comprised of introduced or domesticated native forage species that are used primarily for the production of livestock. They receive periodic renovation and/or cultural treatments such as tillage, fertilization, mowing, weed control, and may be irrigated. They are not in rotation with crops.(2) A grazing area enclosed and separated from other areas by fencing or other barriers. The management unit for grazing land.(3) Forage plants used as food for grazing animals.(4) Any area devoted to the production of forage, native or introduced, and harvested by grazing.
Land used primarily for the production of domesticated forage plants for livestock (in contrast to rangeland, where vegetation is naturally-occurring and is dominated by grasses and perhaps shrubs).
Grass or grass / herb vegetation, usually seasonally grazed
Grasses, legumes and/or other herbage used or suitable for the grazing of animals. The term also includes the land covered by such herbage and used or suitable for grazing.
Fenced area of domesticated forages, usually improved, on which animals are grazed; to graze.
Land used for livestock grazing that is managed to provide feed value and maintain or improve soil, water, and vegetative resources.
A plot of land where plants are cultivated for grazing.
In U.S. terminology, land on which the natural vegetation is not grass, but which is used primarily for grazing.
A type of grazing management unit enclosed and separated from other areas by fencing or other barriers and devoted to the production of forage for harvest primarily by grazing.
land where sheep and cattle grazed.
Land that is used to, or has the potential to, produce food for grazing animals
Pasture is land with lush herbaceous vegetation cover used for grazing of ungulate livestock as part of a farm or ranch. Prior to the advent of mechanized farming, pasture was the primary source of food for cattle and sheep. It is still used extensively, particularly for free range and organic farming, as pasture gives much better living conditions for the animals.