Definition of mob stocking in US English:

mob stocking

noun

NZ
  • The practice of putting a large herd of sheep or other livestock in a confined area of land, in order to clear it by intensive grazing.

Origin

1950s; earliest use found in New Zealand Farmer. From mob + stocking.

Pronunciation

mob stocking

/ˈmɒb ˌstɒkɪŋ/