forage|forages in English
[for·age || 'fɑrɪdʒ ,'fɔ / 'fɒ-]
fodder, food for animals; act of searching for food or provisions; raid
Use "forage|forages" in a sentence
1. In general, annual forage crops tend to accumulate greater amounts of nitrate than perennial forages.
2. The observation results on forage introduction showed that all of the introduced forages grew well and crock-foot grass, Lolium multiflorum, Trifolium repens had good palatability to goose.
3. forage grass and forage maize in all their forms of preservation,
4. 13 Forage disintegrator is machinery widely used in the forage machine.
5. A young fur seal forages amid bull kelp near Gansbaai, South Africa.
6. The invention belongs to the technical field of forage, in particular to a thallus fermenting forage.
7. 13) West Indian forage plant cultivated in southern United States as forage and to improve soil.
8. Yellow flowered European lupine cultivated for forage .
9. 7 A young Cape fur seal forages amid bull kelp near Gansbaai, South Africa.
10. Cows and sheep depends forage to feed.
11. A dugong forages in the seagrass meadows of Shark Bay, Western Australia.
12. In the summer, the goats forage freely .
13. They were forced to forage for clothing and fuel.
14. Here, a Baird's tapir forages in a clearing in Costa Rica's Corcovado National Park.
15. A few metres ahead a smaller animal , the alpha female , forages in the shadows .
16. 5 A young fur seal forages amid bull kelp near Gansbaai,(www.Sentencedict.com) South Africa.
17. One group left the camp to forage for firewood.
18. Forage crops like clover and alfalfa could be planted.
19. Now the nutritive value of the forage is reduced.
20. The annual ryegrass is one of Gramineae forages with high production and rich nutrition.
21. Swedes, mangolds, fodder roots, hay, lucerne (alfalfa), clover, sainfoin, forage kale, lupines, vetches and similar forage products, whether or not in the form of pellets:
22. 'Physarum is a large, single-celled amoeboid organism that forages for patchily distributed food sources...
23. A Utah prairie dog emerges to forage spring snow.
24. European vetch much cultivated as forage and cover crops.
25. 12.14 || || Swedes, mangolds, fodder roots, hay, lucerne (alfalfa), clover, sainfoin, forage kale, lupines, vetches and similar forage products, whether or not in the form of pellets. || || || || || || ||