cribbing


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cribbing

1. A system of cribs, 2.
2. A framework of wood, concrete, or metal members which form open bins that are filled with crushed rock or pervious soil; used as a retaining structure for an earth embankment.
3. A framework of timber mats, steel members or plates, etc., used as a support for mobile cranes, or the like.
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Normally, the cribbing needed to move these track vehicles cannot be affixed to a DODX rail car without modifying the car.
Horses that suffer from cribbing or that show the early signs of pre-cribbing through head or ear shyness may have new hope in an herbal remedy being studied by Hawk's Haven Horses.
Horse owners experiencing the tragic consequences of cribbing and head-shyness may have new hope in an ancient but overlooked remedy - herbs replacing the natural nutrients that were once plentiful in America's fields and open ranges.