A long open box or trough for horses or cattle to eat from.
More example sentences
- Wet feed remaining at the ends of mangers also provide a place for flies to lay eggs.
- The roof skin is put on here, the feed mangers are added, and all of the internal components, such as the rear tack room, are added.
- The sheep, cattle and donkeys were all stabled, their mangers stocked with enough hay to last through the Sabbath.
Middle English: from Old French mangeure, based on Latin manducat- 'chewed' (see manducate).