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[mass noun] Hay derived from native grasses:‘we took the precaution to obtain a fresh supply of bush hay to carry along with us’
- ‘I know that bush hay was collected on Mount Murchison station a few years ago.’
- ‘The report studied the effects of watering practices on the donkey's ability to consume bush hay.’
- ‘Farmers usually combine these with cheaper roughages, such as sorghum stalks or bush hay.’
- ‘They occasionally pitched a fork-full of bush hay between them.’
- ‘We watched the harvest of bush hay.’
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