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ranch

extensive grazing or pastoral farm or holding. See also range (2). Called also station, run, selection.

ranch cattle
brood cows, commercial cattle used for producing young cattle for fattening.
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Upstairs is Children's Ranchland, where kids can reach out and touch some baby animals.
The formation's all-but-forgotten Southern California remnant is now ranchland on the outskirts of the small town of Lancaster.
The region is mostly farm or ranchland dotted with waterfront holiday homes and has absorbed numerous Gulf of Mexico storms for generations.
By combining the benefits of agriculture with the ease of our investment platform, we are providing access to a larger pool of investors to farmland, ranchland and timberland ownership," Rawley said in a statement.
One of its most recent projects is an inland surf park plunked in the middle of dusty ranchland outside of Austin, Texas.
Poor labourers are tricked by "gastos", or gangmasters, into going into the Amazon wilderness to clear jungle for ranchland.
In fact, after a few years of filming hunts in the area, Stroff began leasing ground and opened WRO, an operation that offers guided whitetail hunts on 35,000 acres of private ranchland along the scenic Belle Fourche River.
Jack Vernon of Lakeview, Oregon, needed a watering system for several ranchland pastures scattered miles apart.
Although the Ag Credit Survey has the advantage of distinguishing between nonirrigated cropland, irrigated cropland, and ranchland, the current sample of respondents does not cover the entire District.
In part this may reflect the uniformity of the ranchland aspect which cloaks the history and diversity that underpins the livestock sector.