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[mass noun] Animal feed in the form of the foliage of native wild plants:‘the yield of butter was better than when cows were fed entirely on bush feed’
- ‘There is silver grass and bush feed at Mount Barker.’
- ‘The frost burns out all the nutrition from the bush feed.’
- ‘The natural bush feed in that district was very good.’
- ‘A larger number of farms depend on extensive areas of rough grazing and perhaps some bush feed to carry them over.’
- ‘There is very fair bush feed in valley itself.’
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