Pasture

(1) Pasture (also grassland or paddock) is used in contrast to meadow for primarily grazing, which may include grassland (“grass pasture”), but also includes nongrassland habitats such as heathland, moorland and wood pasture. Pasture growth can consist of grasses, legumes, other forbs, shrubs or a mixture.
(2) Usually fenced, man-made grassland used for grazing. The opposite is a natural pasture without seeding, mowing or fertilizing.
Source: (1) Online encyclopaedia “Wikipedia” (2) EVERT 2004: p. 726.

Pasture
Extensive pasture with ancient Hungarian Grey Cattle, Balaton Uplands National Park, Hungary (Photo: Csaba CENTERI 2007)

Extensive pasture with ancient Hungarian Grey Cattle, Balaton Uplands National Park, Hungary (Photo: Csaba CENTERI 2007)

Database entries for Pasture

A  very  important  argument  for  creating  a culinary tourism  related  to  the  milk products  making  in Slovakia  is  truly  a  long  tradition  which  extends  to  the  prehistoric  times. It is indirectly proven by the archaeological findings of sheep bones and ceramics for straining coagulated milk discovered in the Domica cave which date back to 2,000 years BC (Matlovičová, Pompura, 2013).

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