pasturage

[pas-cher-ij, pahs-]
noun
2.
the activity or business of pasturing livestock.

Origin:
1525–35; pasture + -age

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pasturage (ˈpɑːstʃərɪdʒ)
 
n
1.  the right to graze or the business of grazing cattle
2.  another word for pasture

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Example sentences
They had sweeping views to east and west, good pasturage for the cattle, trout
  streams nearby.
Crops of wild rices and sedges from the marshland were harvested for hay and
  pasturage.
The road and its many offshoots transited or terminated at open pasturage where
  the flocks could expand.
The five weeks of furlough may be spent at a stable, if the stable is equipped
  with sufficient size pasturage.
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