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corral

a small fenced-in enclosure with high, wooden fences, suitable for holding cattle or horses.

corral system
a management system in which range cattle are put into corrals and fed hay for a period when the environment is most inhospitable or at other times of stress, e.g. calving.
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The foals were born at the corrals to mares that had been gathered last September from the Devils Garden Wild Horse Territory on the Modoc National Forest.
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I got him home and tied the corral panels together so they wouldn't shift when he tried to lift them.
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With these thugs, a season's raids left enslaved species at about one-third the strength of a corral of unharrassed acorns.
They must provide corrals constructed of pipe or board, which offers at least 400 square feet per animal.
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