Noun(1) bulky food like grass or hay for browsing or grazing horses or cattle(2) the act of searching for food and provisions
Verb(1) collect or look around for (food(2) wander and feed
(1) The amount of winter hay fed varied annually depending on available winter pasture forage .(2) When chimps forage for food they do not ask themselves why, or consider better alternatives any more than does a beaver consider better ways of building dams.(3) This year some producers may benefit from using a drought-stressed grain crop for livestock forage .(4) The fall-winter wheat pasture produced by dual-purpose wheat is a valuable source of high-quality forage when perennial pastures are dormant.(5) gulls are equipped by nature to forage for food(6) The true usefulness of the pig lies in its ability to forage anything from household waste to grass, and thrive.(7) It provides early spring forage not only for cattle and sheep, but for wild ruminants as well, including deer, bison, elk, and moose.(8) The goal is, as far as possible, to let the cows walk to the pasture, harvest forage from pastures, spread their manure themselves, then walk back to the milking station.(9) Lack of precipitation resulted in a severe decrease in availability of mixed grass forage , resulting in animal BW loss.(10) The tenant risks poor performance or health of the livestock due to less forage and lower quality feed.(11) He would forage for food in the morning and hope that tomorrow was the day his luck changed.(12) One of the most eyecatching outdoor displays at the fair is a small herd of reindeer - their outlines picked out in twinkling white bulbs - whose heads move from side to side as they forage for food in the snow.(13) Female kakapo raise their chicks on their own, and at night they leave their nest to forage for food.(14) The dominant forage is orchard grass, with some quack, brome, blue grass and assorted other species.(15) Prior to the two ladies feeding the pigeons, they had to go to open farmland each day to forage for food.(16) White-headed Woodpeckers forage for insects on trunks and limbs as well as in clusters of needles.
(1) forage grass :: 飼料草
1. fodder ::
2. hunt ::
3. eatage ::
5. hunt ::
6. scrounge ::
Different Formsforage, foraged, forages, foraging
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