overstocking

[ verb oh-ver-stok; noun oh-ver-stok ]SEE DEFINITION OF overstocking
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVERSTOCKING

You should, also, avoid the too common error of overstocking with sheep when the price of wool is high.

The absorbing issues before the convention were the Texas fever and the overstocking of the range.

In Derby and Nottingham apparent understocking becomes the exception and overstocking the rule.

The overstocking of the labor market has become a menace to many trade-unions, especially those of the lesser skilled workers.

I say it all comes from your overstocking and returning hooked fish to the water.

This will not only head off the dry-farmers from overstocking what little range is left—it'll make a dead-line for sheep, too.