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The region has long been valued for the excellent pasturage which the head of the valley affords.
OUTLINES OF THE EARTH'S HISTORYNATHANIEL SOUTHGATE SHALER
South of this arid region, strewn with great lava stones, are the Rendile uplands, affording pasturage for thousands of camels.
Many of the landes were cleared and converted into excellent pasturage, and on the coast market-gardening made great progress.
This is owing to their fatigue in travelling, and scanty pasturage, rather than to any constitutional deficiency.
DOMESTIC ANIMALSRICHARD L. ALLEN
No supplies can be drawn thence; no fruit-trees are there, no pasturage, no beasts, no springs of water fitted for man's use.
It was one emerald mass of rich grass, in which ten thousand cattle could have found abundant pasturage.
TWO BOYS IN WYOMINGEDWARD S. ELLIS
But grain does not grow in primeval forests, and herds of cattle need at least open glades for pasturage.
In these places man could settle and find pasturage for his flocks and attempt a poor sort of agriculture, even in Neolithic days.
Summer pasturage for the village cattle, and the fields where the villagers cut most of their hay, were far above timber line.
RESCUE DOG OF THE HIGH PASSJAMES ARTHUR KJELGAARD
This was where the cattle found rich summer pasturage, and where thrifty Swiss farmers cut much of their hay.
RESCUE DOG OF THE HIGH PASSJAMES ARTHUR KJELGAARD

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