graze


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Synonyms for graze

Synonyms for graze

to make light and momentary contact with, as in passing

to strike a surface at such an angle as to be deflected

light and momentary contact with another person or thing

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a superficial abrasion

the act of grazing

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feed as in a meadow or pasture

break the skin (of a body part) by scraping

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scrape gently

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eat lightly, try different dishes

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The launch of graze into retail outlets comes on the heels of the brand's "hugely successful" entry into the U.S.
The heifers allowed to graze early gained twice as much weight per day as the heifers started about two weeks later.
Cut and carry system was followed when harsh environment or zero vegetation did not permit to graze rangelands.
A federal judge in Las Vegas sided with the Hages' claim that their water rights entitled them to graze their cattle on federal land for free, and held two BLM employees in contempt of court for trying to force the ranchers to obtain grazing leases.
enjoyed "an implied license" to graze their livestock on
One way to use summer grass is to buy small yearlings in spring when grass begins to flourish, graze them until fall, and sell them when pasture quality and quantity begins to decline.
The main rules producers will be required to follow: 1) animals must graze pasture during the grazing season, which must be at least 120 days per year, 2) animals must obtain a minimum of 30 percent of their total animal feed requirement from grazing pasture during the grazing season, and 3) pasture must be managed as a crop to meet the feed requirements for the grazing animals and to protect soil and water quality.
Crystal Farms[R] and Grass Point Farms[R] partnered to bring you a unique line of pasture-grazed cheese processed from the milk of cows that graze freely on open pastures.
It was found that over fifty percent of all adults graze each day, with their grazing time almost equalling the time they spend eating meals.
In areas where cattle no longer graze or at sites where native vegetation has been replaced by introduced species, it appears that populations of Texas kangaroo rats have declined.
Stocker cattle from farms throughout the southeast United States are shipped to the Great Plains to graze warm and cool season grasses before finishing on grain in feedlots in western Texas, Oklahoma or Kansas (figure 1) (Peel 2003).
In Arctic and Subarctic ecosystems, geese are primary consumers during the summer months (Kerbes et al., 1990; Gauthier et al., 2004), when they graze heavily on nitrogen-rich vegetation (Cargill and Jefferies, 1984; Person et al., 1998).
The Court also avoided considering the existence and nature of the hunter's underlying right of access except to say that, whether or not the hunter had any such right, it was trumped by the rancher's power to "bar access or use that may be injurious or incompatible" with the rancher's right to graze livestock.
More apropos of DePriest's interests, however, is a feeding trait that partly explains why these animal survive so well in frigid places: Reindeer voluntarily graze on the carpet of lichens--symbiotic combinations of algae and fungi--that takes over where not even wiry grasses and sedges can survive.