Forage is a term used to refer to: (a) browse and herbage which is available and may provide food for grazing animals or be harvested for feeding. cf. concentrate feed; and (b) to search for or consume forage. This term is synomymous to "graze"

Ref: 123425/2006-10-14

Forage refers to a crop that is high in fiber and grown especially to feed ruminant animals.

Ref: 123837/2006-09-24


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Graze (Graze is a term used to denote: a) the ...)
Cereal (Cereal refers to any grain or edible seed of the ...)
Hay making (Hay making is described as dessication or dry ...)


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