Cattle Shelter

Cattle Shelter

 

(in Russian, tyrlo or stoibishche), a place in which cattle can rest when out to pasture, usually located near a body of water. Permanent shelters have fences and rooflike covers and are equipped with feed and water troughs. Temporary shelters are constructed in hollows during cold weather to protect the animals from wind, and during hot weather they are built in elevated locations to give the animals the benefit of breezes.

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T Lonsdale, partial demolition of field walls |and building of new cattle shelter adjoining existing barn (listed building), High Fall, Waters Road, Marsden.
Mr Singhal apparently doesn't have any qualms about drinking urine collected from a virgin cow in a cattle shelter near his Agra home.
Over the years it has been used as a cattle shelter and pig sty.
AoManoj and Babli rubbed our villageAAEs name in mud,Ao said Gulab Singh, a 60-year-old farmer, inhaling on a gurgling water pipe in a cattle shelter with other men in BanwalaAAEs village.
PLANNING permission to erect a cattle shelter and storage shed at Holywell Farm, South Town Lane, Loftus, is being sought from Redcar and Cleveland Council.
The police organised transport to ferry the cows to a local cattle shelter before admitting Khan to the hospital.
T Lonsdale, partial demolition of |field walls and building of new cattle shelter adjoining existing barn (listed building), High Fall, Waters Road, Marsden.
The dry wood and grass laying out side cattle shelter caught fire due to unidentified reasons as a result three buffalos were burnt alive.