Definition of rough grazing in English:

rough grazing

Line breaks: rough graz¦ing


[mass noun]
1Uncultivated land used for grazing livestock: incentives for farmers to produce more have led to rough grazing being ploughed up for crops
More example sentences
  • More land was used within the existing area of cultivation, by reducing the amount of fallow land, and replacing permanent pasture and rough grazing with arable rotations.
  • 17 Acres of rough grazing with a small grazing right on the mountain sold at €50,000 to an adjoining farmer.
  • Most of it is hill land, rough grazing fit only for the tups and ewes of the Lauderhill Sheep Company who plaster the unfenced road with signs saying ‘Kill Speed, Not Lambs’.
1.1 [count noun] A piece of rough grazing: techniques suitable for unimproved rough grazings

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