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forage

[fär·ij]
(agriculture)
A vegetable food for domestic animals.
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As water became more turbid, they ate a wider variety of prey and foraged in shallower water.
Put foraged sea vegetables in a pot, cook with butter for one minute.
And those ingredients don't come any more local or fresher than foraged foods.
Great Egrets (Casmerodius albus) foraged mostly in stand and waits behaviour and sometimes walks slowly to catch larger insects such as beetles, waterbugs and flies larvae in open shallow water of POME ponds.
Forget preconceptions about grubbing about in the mud, foraging for food has become an increasingly "ontrend" pastime, with the world's best restaurant - Noma in Copenhagen - specialising in foraged ingredients.
Encounter of protein, Ca and P was computed by multiplying area over which an individual rat foraged by density of each nutrient present in each habitat patch encountered.
The Arizona researchers allowed caged bumblebees that had never foraged among such flowers to watch for 10 minutes as trained workers from another colony visited either orange or green fake flowers.