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zero-graze Line breaks: zero-graze

Definition of zero-graze in English:

verb

[with object] (usually as noun zero-grazing)
Feed (cattle) with cut grass brought to them instead of putting them out to pasture: more and more farms have gone over to zero-grazing
More example sentences
  • In programmes to regenerate lands, the policy of ‘zero-grazing’ or a complete ban on grazing coupled with a complete ban on goats has regrettably become the pre-dominant formula of ‘success‘.
  • Dozens of dairy cows are being locked away without sunlight for a year under cruel zero-grazing techniques.
  • Cows will be zero-grazed in light, airy sheds to protect the health of the animal, prevent environmental degradation from grazing and allow for collection of manure and urine.

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