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hay

dried green grass (meadow hay) or cereal crop (wheat, oats or barley hay) or legume crop (lucerne, alfalfa) used as feed for housed animals in the winter time and for supplementary feeding of pastured animals when there is need.

hay itch
see glycyphagusdestructor.
hay net
a wide-mesh string net to be filled, and hung in a loose box, to provide day-long nibbling for a confined horse.
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EXCITING VENTURE: Tony Jackson and Rebecca Gage, now at the helm at The Hayrick in Nuneaton
Oak House in Martin Hussingtree; The interior of Oak House; Despite the name, The Old Victorian Farmhouse in Wildnoor, North Worcestershire, is a barn conversion rather than a former farmhouse; The Hayrick, at Acton Court in Acton near Worcestershire, has been converted into an impressive five-bedroom home
It was our anniversary last weekend so we decided with the family to go to the Hayrick for a meal and try out their menu.
Hayrick House is for sale through Your Move at pounds 349,950, tel: (0191) 488-7023.
Hayrick House, Tanfield, is for sale through Your Move at offers over pounds 380,000, tel (0191) 488-7023.
I would like to thank everyone at the Hayrick who donated the hamper and everyone who bought a ticket and helped to raise funds for the Special Care Baby Unit.
15 2 3 10 32 40 9 Bedworth Domestic Appliances Premier Two: Bear & Ragged Staff 3 Stockingford Sports 2, Poplar Athletic 0 Orchard Athletic 4, Hayrick 2 (Richard Jones, James Brindley) Bedworth Prince 1 (Glen Stringer).
Victory was made even sweeter for Hayrick by the news that Premier Two title rivals Stockingford Sports had lost 3-0 to a Crows Nest side spearheaded by Scott Stewart's double while Travellers Hotspur, turning out with only eight men, were thrashed 12-1 as Connor Evans helped himself to eight goals.
A last-gasp penalty by Nathan Haynes, his second goal of the day, swung Hayrick Reserves' 3-2 thriller against Attleborough Mills in Division Three.
Division Three leaders Hayrick Reserves were dumped 6-1 as Nathan Thompson (3) and Jamie Mills (2) embellished Kelly's Bar's 100-percent record.
Karl Pearce pounced in the last minute to give Crew their 1-0 win against Division Two hosts Ambleside while Attleborough Mills' Brad Mattheson fired home a late freekick to condemn Hayrick Reserves to their first Division Three defeat.
Stockingford Sports, level on points but three games deeper into their fixture list, needed a lastminute goal from Shane Burbury to pip third-placed Hayrick.