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graze

[grāz]
(ordnance)
To pass close to the surface, as a shot that follows a path nearly parallel to the ground and low enough to strike a standing person.
Burst of a projectile at the instant of impact with the ground. Also known as graze burst.
In time fire, a burst on impact with the ground or other material object on a level with or below the target.
(vertebrate zoology)
To feed by browsing on, cropping, and eating grass.
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Ideally, that would be offered at 10 yards by 10 yards--I've found that animals graze squares more efficiently than rectangles.
Coblentz and his colleagues planted two types of oat cultivars (an early- and a late-maturing variety) in August and put dairy heifers out to graze for 6 hours a day at two different starting dates: in late September and mid-October.
We produce excellent beef from Speaking in the House of Commons, Mrs Onwurah said: "You may think that Newcastle Central is an urban constituency, but actually but we the lucky cattle that graze the nutritious and produce excellent beef from the lucky cattle that graze the nutritious and stunning Town Moor.
This system was actually a settled farming in which animals were allowed to graze early in the morning and in the evening in close proximity of the villages on marginal lands or fallow lands, followed by their arrival back in the evening at the same destination.
government has no right to own the land on which their cattle graze, Ryan Bundy, who with his brother Ammon are leaders of the refuge takeover, told the ranchers.
Although managerial constraints in this study made it impossible to graze late enough into the season to impact yellow starthistle, medusahead populations were impacted in several years.
We've gone almost exclusively to cattle, and they often graze a tract of land too long."
livestock to graze on the vast majority of the lands that they manage.
Your total acreage (whether 3 or 30) will dictate how many cattle you can graze, as will your climate (whether you have year round grazing or seasonal grass growth), and how you rotate or manage the pasture.
Constraining the time available to graze reinforces heifers' preference for sward of high quality despite low availability.
Fly grazing is the term for horses put out to graze on private land by unscrupulous owners, as prices of hay and grassland increase.