Definition of Range animal
1. Noun. Any animal that lives and grazes in the grassy open land of western North America (especially horses, cattle, sheep).
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Range Animal
Literary usage of Range animal
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Western Grazing Grounds and Forest Ranges: A History of the Live-stock by Will Croft Barnes (1913)
"A range animal that does the ear is taken off at a point about half way to the head. Ox.—Generally applied to work cattle. Correctly a steer that work ..."
2. Western Grazing Grounds and Forest Ranges: A History of the Live-stock by Will Croft Barnes (1913)
"A range animal that does not travel nor associate with others of its kind. Over Half Crop, Upper Half Crop,—The upper or lower half of the ear Is taken off ..."
3. Visual Education: Teachers' Guide to Keystone "Primary Set." by Keystone View Company (1920)
"First, as a range animal for beef and hides; second, as a dairy animal, producing chiefly milk and butter; third, as a draft animal. ..."
4. Cyclopedia of American Agriculture: A Popular Survey of Agricultural by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1908)
"... is as a range animal, under conditions in which common cattle do not thrive. Some persons think that, with the passing of the unfenced ranges, ..."