Definition of stock-proof in English:


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  • (Of a fence or other barrier) effective in preventing livestock from straying.
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    • After they complained that cattle had strayed onto the track, leaving mud and excrement, the judge told them to put up a stock-proof fence to stop that happening.
    • Many landowners do need to erect wire fencing in order to keep in livestock, as a stile can be a weak point in an otherwise stock-proof fence.
    • This results in an instant stock-proof barrier.

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