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  • noun Plural form of fencerow.

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Examples

  • Due to the loss of habitat (farmers removing fencerows), coyotes and the blizzard of ` 78.

    What's great about your state?

  • Due to the loss of habitat (farmers removing fencerows), coyotes and the blizzard of ` 78.

    What's great about your state?

  • And now they've forgotten why fencerows are important, and they're falling down on crop rotation.

    Fuel from germs

  • And there are familiar features that deer prefer for covert movement: tangled creekbottoms, brushy fencerows, swamp edges.

    Big Buck Boot Camp: Your Complete Guide to Better Whitetail Deer Hunting Skills

  • That uncultivated 25 percent would not be one square 40-acre polygon, but a 20-acre cow - and pig-proof woodlot, a 10-acre undrained wetland, a cow - and pig-proof stream gallery adding up to 5 acres, and an odd 5 acres of fencerows, draws, roadside prairie and the like.

    Aldo Leopold's Legacy

  • Can a farmer afford to devote land to fencerows for a patch of ladyslippers, a remnant of prairie, or just scenery?

    Excerpts from Aldo Leopold's Writings

  • Can a farmer afford to devote land to fencerows for the birds, to snag-trees for the coons and flying squirrels?

    Excerpts from Aldo Leopold's Writings

  • Birds lurk along the edges, in the boundary lines formed by fencerows and ditches, and in the wider bands of straight-line cover formed by shelterbelts and buffer strips.

    Where Pheasants Hide

  • The open spaces of the farm and prairie mean that dense CRP fields, wooded fencerows, and brushy creekbottoms are deer magnets.

    Bucks Under Pressure

  • This innovation also called “alley cropping” involves planting fast-growing, nitrogen-fixing trees in hedges along fencerows so as to provide firewood, with the foliage used for livestock feed and as a mulch and green manure on the crops planted between the hedges.

    Diffusion of Innovations

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